First Target and Neiman Marcus, now Sally Beauty. This seems an appropriate time to address not only how to recover from a security breach – but more importantly how to prevent future attacks and regain...
Things have kicked off with a force at Mobile World Congress 2014 in beautiful Barcelona, Spain, where several industries focusing on mobile technologies will come together to share the latest digital and social innovations.
As an educator of McAfee’s Online Safety program, and a parent of two, I felt the below infographic by SecureTeen worthy of sharing. This hits home. Read below for info on how to help your teen deal with peer pressure, as well as identify the signs of cyber bullying. I do not believe that either […]
A group of scammers seem to have taken to heart the lesson bequeathed to us by Three Dog Night in the summer of ’69: that yes, one is the loneliest number. This newly unleashed attack uses not one but multiple tactics to dupe unsuspecting victims by pairing a phishing attack—where hackers pose as trusted entities […]
Unfortunately in today’s world, scammers are coming at us from all angles to try and trick us to get us to part with our hard earned money. We all need to be vigilant in protecting ourselves online. If you aren’t paying attention—even if you know what to look for—they can get you. There are numerous […]
We all know that kids love to play pranks – it is just part of childhood. Whether it is whoopee cushions, switching the salt and the sugar or good old plastic spiders, harmless pranks can be fun and actually a good way of teaching kids resilience. But unfortunately, when kids take jokes online it is […]
The death of Australian celebrity and fashionista Charlotte Dawson this week is nothing short of gut-wrenching. Charlotte’s battle with depression and online bullying was truly heartbreaking. In 2012, she decided to wage war against her Twitter trolls but then attempted suicide after naming and shaming a Twitter user who had brutally told her to ‘hang […]