ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2014 

If your “Plan A” for survival sinks, do you have a Plan B backup? Forget rushing to the grocery store when disaster like a snowstorm strikes. Everyone else will have the same idea. Need I say more? The supermarket and the convenience store are the first places a panicking town will flock to for f...
07/30/2014
What was going through the head of a burglar as he was hovering over a baby after breaking into a house? Did he momentarily pause to take a breather and find a sense of peace and calm at the sight of an innocent baby? Or…was he contemplating harming the toddler or kidnapping? One thing we know fo...
07/29/2014
Just about everyone has private information that should be protected. Let’s begin with something you’ve surely heard of: antivirus protection. But this isn’t enough to guard your personal data. A free antivirus service may not even update automatically, and this is very important to keep up with ...
07/28/2014
Consumers are on red alert about sharing personal data with businesses, thanks to the widespread publicity of major data breaches. As a result, many consumers feel trapped when they know they must reveal personal information just to get basic quotes for healthcare services. To get a quote, the po...
07/27/2014
Facebook offers a hefty amount of security measures that parents and teens should know. The Login Social authentication. A hacker will have a harder time hacking into your Facebook account if he or she must identify your friends via photos. This verification process is social authentication, and ...
07/27/2014
You never know when malware will bite. Even browsing an online restaurant menu can download malicious code, put there by hackers. Much has been said that Target’s hackers accessed the giant’s records via its heating and cooling system. They’ve even infiltrated thermostats and printers among the “...
07/25/2014
Law enforcement agencies detect data breaches before businesses do because the former seeks evidence of the cyber crime, reports a networkworld.com article. Unlike law enforcement agencies, businesses don’t go undercover in hacker forums. Nor do they get court permission to bust into enclaves of ...
07/24/2014
If you feel like you are starting to get the flu, going to the doctor’s office can get you some medicine and get you on the road to recovery. But, there’s no pill or surgery that can protect you from medical identity theft—which can kill you. Literally. The thief who steals your identity doesn’t ...
07/23/2014
How low can scammers go? The latest is phony Facebook profiles that use identities of deceased victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17—claiming their credit cards were stolen from the crash debris. “Death hunters,” says Ukrainian MP Anton Gerashchenko on his Facebook page, are collecting jewels,...
07/22/2014
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman! Yes, this superhero might be the epitome of courage, justice, and strength, but he might also be the biggest threat to you online. We’ve entered a new age of superheroes. No longer are they just pictures in a comic book. They are now accessible on compute...
07/22/2014
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