Is Your Christmas Present Spying on You?

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Is Your Christmas Present Spying on You?

Is Your Christmas Present Spying on You?

T’was the night after Christmas, when all through the house Every stripe of device with no need of a mouse Sent oodles of data to that Cloud in the Air While their owners slept soundly, with nary a care… When it comes to gifts from the Internet of Things department, there’s no jolly guy in… Read More

5 Big Privacy Predictions for 2015

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5 Big Privacy Predictions for 2015

5 Big Privacy Predictions for 2015

It seems like there were more companies that had privacy-related problems in 2014 than didn’t. And the lucky ones that didn’t “get got” were separated by only one or two degrees from those that did. As we look ahead to 2015, I see a mix of old privacy concerns along with a few emerging dangers…. Read More

The Holiday Shopping Danger You Won’t See Coming

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The Holiday Shopping Danger You Won’t See Coming

The Holiday Shopping Danger You Won’t See Coming

Around this time last year, cybercrime went mainstream with Target’s announcement that the credit and debit card accounts of 40 million shoppers were nabbed during the height of the holiday shopping season. Worse, the personally identifiable information of 70 million Target customers was in the wind. Before you get too worked up, here’s something to… Read More

Are the New, ‘Safer’ Credit Cards Already Vulnerable?

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Are the New, ‘Safer’ Credit Cards Already Vulnerable?

Are the New, ‘Safer’ Credit Cards Already Vulnerable?

A recent Gallup survey found that 69% of Americans worry “frequently” or “occasionally” about having a credit card compromised by computer hackers. It’s not shocking. Consumers are becoming more educated on the topic, and financial institutions are beginning to do more to combat fraud, including introducing new types of credit cards. One example of the… Read More

One Political Mailer Speaks Volumes on Lack of Data Security Knowledge

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One Political Mailer Speaks Volumes on Lack of Data Security Knowledge

One Political Mailer Speaks Volumes on Lack of Data Security Knowledge

Did you hear the one about the Kentucky GOP candidate who asked his attorney general to investigate the state Democratic Party for allegedly sending out the Republican’s Social Security number and more personal information to thousands of constituents? Sorry to say, there’s no punch line here, because according to recent reports, it actually happened. Introducing… Read More

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