With the House of Representatives’ “Cyber Week” and RSA happening at the same time, the week of April 20 was one of the busiest for the Intel Security team. On both coasts, we played a prominent role in major security events. In San Francisco, we participated extensively in the RSA Conference, which brings together the […]

For better or for worse, we’ve ended up amidst a society built on information sharing. There are a number of apps and sites that not only allow—but encourage you to disperse inherently personal details. In some cases, information that you traditionally would have wanted to keep private (such as a financial transaction) is shared easily […]

We now spend a staggering 86% of our mobile time on apps, according to the latest stats. Downloading apps and clicking “ok” when asked for access to our mobile lives has become second nature for most people. Immediate gratification and entertainment are trumping our better judgment in some cases and giving a leg up to […]

Everyone’s heard of spam as it pertains to emails. Spam isn’t necessarily a malicious message designed to trick you into revealing your credit card number or PayPal login information. But spam is an unsolicited message, sometimes referred to as junk mail. Spam can be very annoying and relentless in nature, often attempting to convince you […]

If there’s one thing we can hardly afford to go without in today’s society, it’s data. Apps need updating, photos need Instagramming and, for the lost and confused, maps need to guide us step–by–step. All of this requires the vaporous medium of “data” to work. And that data, more often than not, is delivered over cellular […]