Cyber security is one of the most serious threats of our time. In this post, Natascha Thomson interviews cyber security expert Joseph Schramm to get his thoughts on security, risk and how to best manage online threats.
A study of 58,000 users of Facebook in the US has warned that the techniques available today to analyze the information we provide can not only be used to deliver advertising contents, but also steal potentially sensitive information about any users from Internet..
The abundance of social sites also makes us vulnerable to various online threats. If the truth be told, we are only one-wrong-move-away from being hacked, cyber-bullied, virus-attacked and more. So is it possible to stay secure and anonymous online? Yes it is. Here is how.
In today’s tech savvy world, security breaches are, unfortunately, becoming more common than not. With that in mind, here are three measures every business should put in place in order to protect itself from vengeful hackers.
Although we don’t like to admit it, succeeding as a small business takes more than a great idea and strong work ethic. Vigilance and the ability to anticipate the unexpected, whether it’s unforeseen costs, dips in the economy or other more ominous issues it’s just part of the job description for every small business owner.
According to a variety of news reports, Facebook has a new feature that could only exist in the weird world of vulnerable digital networks, mass government surveillance, vulnerable social media accounts, and overall security paranoia in which we now live. Basically, Facebook will now send you a courtesy message notifying you that your account may currently be under attack from a state-sponsored actors.
In case you missed it, a man named Sanmay Ved recently bought and owned the web domain "Google.com" ... for about a minute. According to Biz Carson in Business Insider, Ved was up late one night trawling Google Domains, Google's website-buying program, when he noticed that Google.com was available for him to purchase. And for twelve bucks, he did.