Booming Growth Means Enterprise IoT Security Imperative

The Internet of Things (IoT) has a bright future. And we have posted on this topic many times. One huge field is Enterprise IoT. Thus, we discuss it in the first part of our post. Then, we look at the enterprise IoT security imperative. According to TechTarget.  “IoT relates devices, objects, animals, or people with […]

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New Money & Main$treet TV Interview on Online Safety!

As we have posted before (see for example, 1, 2, 3), identity theft, hacking, and invasion of privacy are rampant issues that we face today. And this is a BIG issue when we shop online. Recently, we sat down with Fios1’s Money & Main$treet host Giovanna Drpic for a TV interview on this important subject. […]

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Are YOU as Cyber-Secure as You Should Be? Some Video Tips

Identity theft and loss of privacy are BIG issues. In this video, we point out several “scary” aspects of cyber security as well as offer several tips. Protect YOURSELF. We can be our best friend — and our worst enemy.    

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Internet Security Threats: 2014

Symantec — which provides security, storage, and systems management solutions — has released its Internet Security Threat Report 2014, a comprehensive 98-page document: “Symantec has established the most comprehensive source of Internet threat data in the world through the Symantec™ Global Intelligence Network, which is made up of more than 41.5 million attack sensors and […]

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Reducing the Chances of Credit/Debit Card Fraud

There is a great article in today’s New York Times by Ron Lieber. It is titled: “Consumers Not Powerless in the Face of Card Fraud.” Lieber’s article covers: Alerts and Other Tools The On/Off Switch Chip Cards Click the image to read Lieber’s tips. Art by Robert Neubecker   

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Is the Apple 5S iPhone’s Fingerprint Technology Secure?

Apple has widely touted the new fingerprint login technology for its recently released iPhone 5S. But there are many questions over how secure the technology is. For example, hackers in Germany already claim to have discovered how to create a fake finger to beat the security. And in a report for the UK’s Independent, Heather […]

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Hacking Hits American Companies Big Time

Hacking occurs when someone accesses a computer system by illegally circumventing its security system. In recent years, hacking has affected a number of government agencies, companies, and private parties (US!). Recently, Burger King felt the impact of hacking at its Twitter account. As the Chicago Tribune reported: “Someone changed the @BurgerKing feed to look like […]

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