By now, you have probably heard about the Heartbleed bug, estimated to affect up to two-thirds of all websites using the OpenSSL encryption protocol to protect usernames, passwords, credit and debit card...
Spring cleaning isn’t just for the home. Each year it is a good idea for marketers to check in with their campaigns and shake off the dust in an effort to clean up rusty hinges and iron out the wrinkles.
From kidnapping family photos, to risky new apps and a teen jailed for a Facebook post, the conversation on family safety online is cooking this month. Here’s a wrap up of several stories. Also, we’ve covered the Heartbleed virus extensively on this blog lately. Please do not forget to change your passwords (and have […]
No, it’s not some new engineering field to develop social media sites. Social engineering has been around as long as the con artist has been around. The terms stems from the social science world where social engineering is deemed as an act of psychological manipulation. In our tech-laden world of today, social engineering still involves deceit but […]
While kids today are the beneficiaries of amazing technology, there are casualties to growing up digital we can’t deny. We know the hit that education, relationships, and even a child’s very health can take when we don’t help kids balance their tech. But what about the more subtle losses our kids are incurring that are […]
Have you ever wondered why it is that your kids can’t join social media sites like Facebook until they are 13 years of age? Perhaps you thought that it is the social media sites ‘looking out’ for the interests of our children. I know I did a few years back. Now while I would […]
I’m sure you’ve heard the news about Heartbleed by now (unless you’re in vacation wonderland and have taken a tech break). This is a serious vulnerability in the core of the Internet and is something we all should be concerned about. Heartbleed is a kink in encryption software, discovered by security researchers. It is a […]