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online security

January 11, 2017
Online security should be a huge concern for any businesses. Here are some key tips on maximizing your protection.
June 08, 2016
You've seen the headlines - data breaches at LinkedIn , celebrity Twitter accounts hacked. Here are some tips to help you avoid the same fate.
June 02, 2016
Following the recent LinkedIn data hack, account details from MySpace and Tumblr have now gone on sale on the black market - which may be more relevant than you'd think.
October 08, 2015
Social networking has changed the way we communicate and connect across the globe. But sharing our personal lives online can also create new opportunities for identity theft and account hacking. This infographic highlights six ways to protect your account and your identity when using social media.
6 Steps to Safer Social Media [Infographic] | Social Media Today
September 08, 2015
Pe ople are hacked all the time, celebrities are sending out absurd tweets and the Ashley Madison fiasco over the summer has us all thinking, how do we build a security fortress?
December 12, 2014
The holidays are a time ripe for fraud and identity theft. Here are some precautions to help you protect your information during this busy shopping season.
August 10, 2014
Big data is currently the big thing in the digital age and it has caused a significant issue regarding privacy. With the big data revolution, it is possible to collect massive information using internet technology.
August 05, 2014
A long-standing security flaw with Instagram is now easily exploitable thanks to the InstaSheep program. You can protect your business Instagram account by following the advice laid out in this article. Failing to do so could see your account hacked and taken over for nefarious purposes.
July 30, 2014
The idea behind the concept of social WiFi is pretty simple: merchants offer free WiFi service to customers who visit their stores in exchange for customers logging into their network using their Facebook or LinkedIn accounts or by giving the merchant their email address. Once the consumer gets access to the WiFi network, they are asked to like the merchant’s Facebook page, or subscribe to a mailing list. But what you (the consumer) may or may not understand is this: by logging into the merchant’s social WiFi network, you are implicitly entering into a business arrangement with the merchant, which allows them to gather your data for marketing purposes.
July 20, 2013
We know that account compromise is a growing concern. But we haven’t really been able to gauge how users feel about it. So last month, we worked with Harris Interactive to poll online users.