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Data Privacy & Google: What Are the Security Risks?

Data Privacy & Google: What Are the Security Risks?

Google’s bumpy history with privacy and security is long and well-documented. Back in 2009, the company attempted to make structural...
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Best Security Software and Applications For iPhones and iPads

Best Security Software and Applications For iPhones and iPads

When you are working with iPhones and iPads, security is one of the biggest concerns. For many people, it is...
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Intelligent Connectivity: The Pillar of 5G, IoT, and AI

Intelligent Connectivity: The Pillar of 5G, IoT, and AI

2025, a year where Americans will have 260 million 5G connections! Welcome to the era of intelligent connectivity. “Intelligent Connectivity:...
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How to Market Your Brand in a Cyber-Secure Way

How to Market Your Brand in a Cyber-Secure Way

You have many options when it comes to marketing your business. However, one of the most popular methods is via...
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How Much Cell Phone Data Privacy Should We Expect?

How Much Cell Phone Data Privacy Should We Expect?

According to the Pew Research Center, more than 96% of Americans own a cell phone. Among people ages 18 to...
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Logic Bombs: How to Prevent Them

A logic bomb is a piece of malicious code that hackers insert into a software or operating system. This code lies dormant until a specific condition occurs. These conditions could be a pre-determined time (often

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The Biggest 2020 Cybersecurity Threats

Cybersecurity threats, as we discussed in our recent 2019 data breach article, were a huge problem in 2019. Within the first 6 months, Forbes reported that 2019 yielded 3,800 publicly disclosed breaches, a 52% increase

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Safe Apps: How Can You Tell?

StandHogg Hits Google Store According to Forbes, Google Android Threats continue to permeate through malware ridden apps that may affect many Android users. Researchers at the Norwegian app security company Promon claim that safe apps

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Emergency Actions After Hacking

Hacking has become ubiquitous on the internet. With even major companies like Evernote getting hacked, it’s not hard to imagine that you, an individual, could also get hacked. The experience is actually quite common, though

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