Public Wi-Fi: Popular, But Not Secure

Have you ever used free public Wi-Fi at the airport, Starbucks, Panera Bread, or other unsecured venues?  Is it safe from hacking, identity theft, and other invasions of privacy? No!! So, why do we use it? According to Ian Barker, writing for Beta News: “There’s an expectation that public Wi-Fi will be available pretty much […]

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Avoid Risky Password Behavior

Do you have only one password for all accounts? Do you use only lower-case letters in your passwords? Do you enter your password when the URL begins with http (rather than https)? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you are leaving yourself wide open to identity theft and the hacking […]

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How Risky Are Social Media for Marketers?

Since the start of the social media revolution, marketers have been grappling with the best ways to interact; and many of them are doing an excellent job. Yet, one big issue is sometimes beyond the control of marketers, and that is the riskiness of social media. As reported by eMarketer: “In the spring of 2012, […]

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