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security

February 02, 2015
The recent events in Paris demonstrated how powerful so-called “dark social media” can be, when it comes to organizing propaganda below the radar. The growing interest from political bodies for this notion of underground social conversations could legitimize privacy threats to better monitor digital users. Nonetheless, even if the notion seems to have been only recently coined, “dark social” started ages ago, with instant messengers, and later, newsgroups. It did not seem to be a problem until now.
January 28, 2015
Cyber attacks on small business are more common than you might imagine. Here’s how they happen and what you can do to stop them.
January 27, 2015
The mobile phone has long since graduated from being a device that purely enables person-to-person voice communication. The role of the smartphone is far more expansive, as it has become embedded into lifestyles -- used to surf the web, take photos, connect to social networks, get directions, etc.
January 25, 2015
Encrypting the internet has been the topic of much discussion. You have people telling you about the need to encrypt to protect our way of life, as well as, those who talk about the untold marketing benefits promised to us by the Google gods.
January 21, 2015
In the world of enterprise, social media, and digital business, the cloud has had its moments of gaffe – from minor hitches like Google going down for a brief period, or Facebook falling flat, to more nefarious acts of data violation like the data theft of nearly 40 million credit and debit card details from nationwide stores of the retail giant Target. The cloud has definitely had some growing pains.
January 20, 2015
There’s little question that the future of sports training lies in smart technology. As the technology improves, prices will come down, allowing for even more people to use it to further their own athletic progress. Think of the current generation of fitness wearables, only more advanced, more streamlined, and with more capabilities.
January 20, 2015
Cameras are everywhere. Not just security cams, but fan cams at ballparks and, of course, video cams on phones. And they are changing how we live our lives and what we can expect to remain private. Ask Mitt Romney. He’ll tell you that you can expect privacy 47% of the time.
January 14, 2015
Don’t let data security drag you down — stay secure from identity theft and fraud by locking down your personal information with these five tips.
January 09, 2015
Over the last few years, the number of businesses using social platforms as a marketing tool has risen. This has led to the separation between work and home decreasing. Now tweets and posts made from the privacy of your own home can have lasting consequences at work. In many states, the law changed to protect the privacy of personal social media accounts.
December 23, 2014
With the attack of Sony Pictures by hackers, we have witnessed one of the most effective social media campaigns ever led by a political group.

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