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[This article is originally published in upstatebusinessjournal.com written by Laura Haight - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Dana W. Jimenez] Privacy and security may seem unattainable. Every day, we learn of some new hack, some new incidence of a trusted partner or service exposing or selling our informa...
[This article is originally published in help123.sg - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Dorothy Allen] The internet is full of websites that are fake or fraudulent, and we understand that it can be challenging to determine if a website is credible. Here are some tips you can use to find out if a website is ...
[This article is originally published in cba.ca - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Joshua Simon] Phishing scams – or email fraud are as old as e-mail itself. The scams are all attempts to get you to volunteer your personal information to criminals or to install malware on your computer or mobile device. ...
[This article is originally published in asecurelife.com written by Kate Herrick - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Jeremy Frink] It’s that time of year when eager shoppers start looking for promising Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals to kick off holiday shopping. Unfortunately, hackers, scammers, and...
[This article is originally published in cba.ca - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Barbara Larson] Identity theft, or the theft of personal information, can be the starting point to a range of crimes — from financial fraud and forgery to abuse of government programs. The thief only needs a small amount o...
[This article is originally published in techradar.com - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Clara Johnson] Top tips to stay secure online and maintain your privacy Staying safe online represents a significant challenge, and for families, this is even more difficult with younger internet users too often unawa...
[This article is originally published in eurekalert.org - Uploaded by AIRS Member: Jasper Solander] Security researchers at UC San Diego and Stanford have discovered four new ways to expose Internet users' browsing histories. These techniques could be used by hackers to learn which websites users ha...
Source: This article was Published wglt.org By RYAN DENHAM- Contributed by Member: Carol R. Venuti October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and it began with a sobering reminder of what’s stake—another big breach affecting our personal data. This time it was Facebook, which this fall ...
Source: This article was Published thestreet.com By Brian O'Connell - Contributed by Member: Dorothy Allen Facebook is a huge social media favorite, and for good reason, as it brings families and friends together in digital fashion. Enjoy the experience, but watch out for scammers lurking on Faceboo...
Source: This article was Published independent.ie By Sarah Knapton - Contributed by Member: Alex Grey The internet is fuelling a range of mental health disorders including "cyberchondria", online hoarding and shopping addictions, an influential group of experts are warning as they call for urgent ac...
 Source: This article was Published staysafe.org - Contributed by Member: Grace Irwin The online world offers a wealth of resources for education, entertainment, and connection with other people. Unfortunately, the internet also poses new dangers, and those dangers threaten teens especially. The f...
 Source: This article was Published technologyreview.com By Martin Giles - Contributed by Member: Juan Kyser That’s the view of security expert Bruce Schneier, who fears lives will be lost in a cyber disaster unless governments act swiftly. Smart gadgets are everywhere. The chances are you have ...
 Source: This article was Published eurekalert.org - Contributed by Member: Eric Beaudoin A new study, recently funded by the National Science Foundation, will examine data privacy styles with an eye toward understanding how to design human-centered technology to support various user approaches to...
 Source: This article was Publishedfastcompany.com By Steven Melendez - Contributed by Member: Martin Grossner VirusTotal, which is a product of Chronicle, a company created within Alphabet’s fabled “moonshot factory,” has been described as “Google for malware.” Earlier this year, Google...
Source: This article was Published forbes.com By Lee Mathews - Contributed by Member: James Gill The Internet is a very leaky place. Security researchers find new servers spilling private data with alarming regularity. Some incidents have involved well-known, reputable companies. This one does not....
 Source: This article was Published ifsecglobal.com By John Mason - Contributed by Member: Grace Irwin Google voice search makes finding what you need even easier. Just say “OK Google,” tell your phone or tablet what you want to find, and you’ll get results. Or use the microphone icon in you...
 Source: This article was Published wired.com By IE LAPOWSKY - Contributed by Member: Bridget Miller IN LATE JULY, a group of high-ranking Facebook executives organized an emergency conference call with reporters across the country. That morning, Facebook’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandb...
 Source: This article was Published securityintelligence.com By Jasmine Henry - Contributed by Member: Deborah Tannen The dark component of the deep web is the primary highway for the exchange and commerce among cybercriminal groups. In fact, very few cybercriminals work alone. Eighty percent of ...
Source: This article was Published productwatch.co By Kevin Meyer - Contributed by Member: David J. Redcliff I don’t think I’m blowing your mind when I say most sites are trying to collect your data. If you don’t have to pay for the product, you are the product — it’s the reason Movie Pas...
 Source: This article was Published techworm.net By Payel Dutta - Contributed by Member: Linda Manly You sign up with one of the best email service providers and you get ready to launch the campaign you’ve been working on. You believe that this undertaking will generate good revenue for your bus...
 Source: This article was Published theverge.com By Dami Lee - Contributed by Member: Olivia Russell There’s no mention of ‘fake news,’ though There are more young people online than ever in our current age of misinformation, and Facebook is developing resources to help youths better naviga...
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 Source: This article was published icij.org By Spencer Woodman - Contributed by Member: Dorothy Allen Reporters are navigating a more treacherous environment than at any time in recent memory, and despite a plethora of digital tools to keep them safe – many are failing to adopt new strategies. ...
Source: This article was published forbes.com By John F. Wasik - Contributed by Member: Corey Parker Some people collect baseball cards or ceramic figurines. I collect scams, which come in all varieties. These days, I don't have to go far to see how thieves all over the world are operating. I just ...
Source: This article was published entrepreneur.com By Brian Byer - Contributed by Member: Clara Johnson Consumers do enjoy the convenience of the apps they use but are individually overwhelmed when it comes to defending their privacy. When it comes to our collective sense of internet privacy, 2018...
Source: This article was published itweb.co.za - Contributed by Member: Anthony Frank The kids of today are comfortable in the digital space. They use digital diaries and textbooks at school, communicate via instant messaging, and play games on mobile devices. However, as much as the Internet ...

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