Another new year means new resolutions! And while we’re not going to push you to exercise more, we do want to encourage you to be more secure when you’re online. So to start 2014 on the right note, we’ve compiled a list of security resolutions you can regularly refer to, so you can stay safe online all year-round.
Continue Reading… Security Resolutions for the New Year
‘Tis the time of year for eggnog and holiday tales. Here is a holiday story for you to be mindful of when browsing online.
When searching for something on the Web, most people type in a few keywords into a search engine, such as Yahoo!, Google, or Bing and press enter. And by the magic of the Internet, you’re presented with a list of results within a fraction of a second.
Continue Reading… It’s the Most Wonderful Time… for SEO Poisoning!
- December 4th, 2013
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Our personal email accounts enable us to send and receive messages instantly with people all around the world. While we primarily use our email accounts for communications purposes, many of us use it to sign up for accounts such as online banking, online shopping, social networks, and even alternative email accounts. But have you considered the possibility that your personal email account could be the weakest link? By “weakest link”, we mean that a compromised email account could potentially result in the accounts connected to it being compromised too. That’s why it’s important to address email security from the get go.
Continue Reading… How Your Email Account Could be the Weakest Link to your Online Accounts