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Do I really need to change my passwords every three months?...Let's face it, when it comes to online security , the weakest link is our collective refusal to create, memorize and change our passwords every 90 days, as the National Security Agency's
News stories about data breaches have gotten common over the last few years, so much so that it can be easy to skip right over them and move on to the next news story. During 2013 there were 2,164 incidents exposing more than 822 million records.
Add a Code or Pattern Lock To Your Phone (And Make Your Employees Do It Too). The easiest way to keep someone out of a phone that might have secure information on it is to add a code or pattern lock. Most phones can be locked with a four-digit (or
Broadband and information technology are powerful tools for small businesses to reach new markets and increase sales and productivity. However, cybersecurity threats are real and businesses should use the best tools to protect themselves, their
Perhaps you use iCloud Keychain , or a third-party password manager such as 1Password or LastPass to generate random passwords, store them, and fill them in automatically. But all that may not be enough if a site suffers a security breach that
Every one of us seems to have received emails like this: Dear Winner, Congratulations! Your email address has been selected as the winner of $1 million dollars...While this particular message may look benign, there are legions of people coming up
Cyber thieves are always looking for a new scam to steal your personal data. One of the best ways to protect yourself online is using strong passwords...Consumer Reports tested one called LastPass that keeps all of your passwords in one place and
People are living a large portion on their lives online. From announcing births and engagements to revealing details of their new jobs and where they are moving to, individuals divulge a lot of information on the Internet.
Thousands of servers' are expected to still be vulnerable in a decade. Photo: Mashable This post was originally published on Mashable . Two months after Heartbleed , 300,000 web servers are still vulnerable to the OpenSSL vulnerability . That's
Cyber thieves are always looking for new ways to steal your personal data. One of the best ways to protect yourself online is using strong passwords...Like many people, Virginia Doetsch can't. "Between my home and my office, I probably have 15 to 20