- February 11th, 2015
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In this day and age, digital cameras such as still image and video recording cameras, home surveillance devices, and baby monitors all come with WiFi capabilities. While there are benefits of WiFi-enabled cameras, unfortunately, there’s also the potential for security concerns. For example, just in November 2014, the BBC reported that a Russian website displayed live feeds from private webcams, baby monitors, and CCTV systems from more than 250 countries to prove how easy it can be for attackers to access these cameras.
Continue Reading… How Secure is Your WiFi-Enabled Camera?
The New Year means a fresh start for many people. For some, their attempt at this new journey begins by creating a list of resolutions.
As time progresses, many people find that some items on their New Year’s resolution lists get pushed back or even ignored. While it might be acceptable to postpone certain items on your list, security is definitely something you cannot afford to put on the backburner. If you neglect your security, it could lead you down the path of a not-so happy year.
Continue Reading… 7 Ways to Stay Secure This New Year
It’s that time of the year again where consumers begin their hunt for the best shopping deals. As consumers meticulously compare prices and products from online retailers and brick-and-mortar stores, it’s important that you put in the same amount of attention into online security.
We’ve compiled a list of online shopping security tips you can put into practice, so that you can safely cross off your shopping list!
Continue Reading… Stay Safe This Shopping Season with These Security Tips
Target, The Home Depot, and Kmart are just a few of the big companies that have been hit by credit card breaches. And the undeniable truth is, it’s only a matter of time before another company makes the news.
With the holiday season just around the corner, finding the perfect gift is on the minds of many consumers. In spite of the massive credit card breaches that have happened this year, a recent study by Deloitte found that while 42 percent of consumers are concerned about their personal data when making in-store purchases, 56 percent will still shop at retailers that have experienced a data breach. What this implies is that many consumers have accepted credit card breaches to be the norm.
Continue Reading… Credit Card Breaches Happen: What You Can Do to Protect Yourself