Posts Tagged 'mobile'

Last week, thousands of Snapchat users had their privacy violated in the same manner as the victims of the now month-old celebgate: they had personal photos and videos shared across the Internet without their consent. Like celebgate, an assumed security protocol was found to either be poorly implemented or nonexistent. Like celebgate, it was found […]

Messaging apps are the in thing today. Right from a collegian to the 40-something mother of two; from the local electrician trying to increase client base to the highly popular movie actor; everyone is part of some or the other ‘chat group’. Naturally then can children be far behind? They are the first infact to […]

Mobile malware is the fastest growing security threat we face today. But that threat has long been lopsided, and unfortunately, Android mobile operating system has seen the brunt of attacks due to its immense popularity and accessibility around the globe. Apple’s iOS ecosystem, while also widely popular, has maintained a mostly malware free presence. Even […]

Sharing is something that we teach children to do at a young age, as well as an ability that we value across all aspects of our daily lives. However, sometimes sharing isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be–especially when it comes to keeping your private information secured while browsing the Internet. A new program kicked […]

There are rules and then there are rules for kids. A set of rules for school, another defined set at games, and a complete set of unwritten rules at home. But there is one field that our kids traverse almost daily, spending hours there at their own free will, mostly unsupervised—the cyber world. Yet few […]