Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft

Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft

According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, approximately 17.6 million Americans had their identity stolen in 2014 alone. That’s about 7% of the population over the age of sixteen. And since then, the criminals responsible for identity theft, along with…

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Malware Vs. Other Malicious Software

Malware vs. Other Malicious Software

There are many types of software out there that pose danger to the security of your computer and the information on it. We often hear words like malware, spyware, adware, and antivirus thrown around without knowing what exactly those terms…

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What Is Jailbreaking?

What is Jailbreaking?

Smartphones are much more complex than traditional cell phones. The operating systems in smartphones are more like that of a computer, and its security measures are extensive. Smartphones have measures put in place that limits the kind of software you…

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What Is Cellular Data Analysis?

What is Cellular Data Analysis?

Due to the prevalence of smartphones and cellular devices in our lives, the use of cellular data and information on cell phones is becoming increasingly common in court cases. Experts and investigators use devices and the data stored on them…

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Cybersecurity And The Internet Of Things

Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is one of the latest trends in technological development. The Internet of Things refers to everyday, at-home objects with network capability and the ability to send and receive data. IoT devices include wearables like the Apple…

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2017 Cybersecurity Checklist

2017 Cybersecurity Checklist

The new year is upon us, and stepping up your cybersecurity should be one of your resolutions for 2017. Threats are increasing and hackers are becoming more sophisticated every day, and this trend is sure to continue in the new…

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Multi-factor Authentication

Multi-factor Authentication

It happens all too often- suspicious emails get through company or network firewalls, and when employees click them, their computers and the network are suddenly vulnerable. Companies think they have taken the proper steps to secure their servers, but often…

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