Perhaps you’ve seen them already—people walking around with glasses that don’t resemble eyeglasses, with a tiny little box on one side. While they may look funny and awkward, many people are very nervous about what Google Glass means for your privacy.
Continue reading… Google Glass: A Privacy Concern?
What personal documents and files do you risk losing or having exposed in the event your computer is stolen, compromised by an online attacker, or it falls into the wrong hands? You can avoid the pain of having to recover from the disaster of exposed information by simply locking up the files and folders you have on your PC.
Continue reading… How Secure is Information on Your PC?
Your email account is not accepting your password. Your friends are asking how you got stranded in London and whether you got the money they wired. Your mother wants to know why you are sending out emails with nothing in it but a link.
Continue reading… Email Hacked? Here is What to Do
If you think that online ads are just an annoyance, think again. One of the ways criminals harvest malware onto your computer is through the use of malicious online advertisements (malvertisements). Cybercriminals can serve them up by hacking into a trusted website and injecting their malware into third-party banners and online ads or first posing as a legitimate advertiser and then inserting malware into the code behind their ads after they have gained some traction. Both allow attackers to infect as many computers as possible in a short amount of time.
Continue reading… What’s in an Ad: 5 Ways to Protect Your Computer from Malvertisements
As the Internet becomes increasingly interactive and the number of online threats continues to grow, more and more web-based services are realizing that two-factor authentication is more than just a good idea.
Continue reading… The Facts About Two-Factor Authentication