I came across an interesting article concerning the security risks of wearable technology. This article calls it the darkside of wearable technology http://www.techrepublic.com/article/the-dark-side-of-wearables-how-theyre-secretly-jeopardizing-your-security-and-privacy/?tag=nl.e036&s_cid=e036&ttag=e036&ftag=TREa988f1c. What do you think?
Hello, I work on computers. Over the past several months, I have noticed an increase in malicious threats winding up on computers because people are unaware of what they are clicking on or downloading. When you download a program or an attachment, look carefully at your computer screen and make sure that is all you […]
Hello, Just in case you hadn’t heard. Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP. The date appears to be April 8th. This means Microsoft will not provide anymore updates. It will become a non-supported operating system. All operating systems eventually come to an end life. If you have not switched to a newer system, then, the […]
Hello, The explosion of smartphones on the market has obviously created thousands of more apps. I wrote about passwords several days ago. Then, today I found this article about Starbucks app and passwords. Check out the article: http://www.technewsworld.com/story/Passwords-Flow-Freely-at-Starbucks-79806.html. Now, if you just think this is a Starbucks problem, you are mistaken. It leads me to […]
Hello, How many passwords must one remember? Too many… Just in case you are not aware, there are many free password generators and password storage programs/apps available. However, it never ceases to amaze me that people don’t take this more seriously. Now, I don’t think it’s fair to paint everyone with a broad brush. […]
For Small Businesses, it is critical to understand the future impact of avoiding sound cybersecurity practices. It will be a necessary cost of doing business in the digital age. Check out this article: http://www.usatoday.com/story/cybertruth/2013/12/24/why-small-businesses-must-tackle-cybersecurity/4190325/