With revelations coming to light on how governments are monitoring citizen's Internet usage, many people are concerned about their online privacy. Most of us are so dependent upon technology that it's almost impossible to totally disconnect off the grid, yet there are a few tricks you can use to browse the Web with anonymity.Last modified on Continue reading
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With all the attention that hackers receive, you would think that they are solely responsible for every network security breach, but the truth of the matter is that most damages to company networks are due to negligence. Here are the four most common IT security oversights that can lead to major damages to your network.
Facebook makes it easy to connect with everyone; unfortunately, this includes people that you may not want to connect with. Whether it is the person you once had an awkward date with, or a hacker looking to hijack your profile, you can make sure that only the people who you want to see your post will be able to by adjusting your security settings.Last modified on Continue reading
Technology can change in an instant. The popularity of mobile devises and tablets has grown exponentially in a very short amount of time. In fact, having a tablet, smartphone, laptop and desktop is not an unusual occurrence, especially for small and medium business owners who are, essentially, always on the clock. And so, it stands to reason that threats and security are also evolving along with technology.Last modified on Continue reading
The smartphone ownership rate for American adults increased to 46% in 2012, this according to a study by Pew Research. This study does not include other mobile devices like tablets, laptops, and notebooks, but the use of these devices is also growing, with worldwide sales for just smartphones and tablets projected to hit 1.2 billion in 2013.Last modified on Continue reading