Posts Tagged 'privacy'

Stories of inanimate objects coming to life are familiar to us. Movies such as Toy Story show the idea’s cultural weight, and Greek mythology on humans being morphed into objects show its history. But in today’s day and age, technology can make fairy tales seem real. What if the laptop, that familiar tool we use […]

At Intel Security, we are happy to be part of Data Privacy Day.  Data Privacy Day an international effort to promote awareness about respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. Want to be #PrivacyAware? Here are some steps you can take to help protect your privacy while online. Update! To keep your data secure and […]

It should come as no surprise that your data is the most valuable commodity you have on the information superhighway. Your data is so valuable, in fact, that cybercriminals go to great lengths to steal it. But that doesn’t mean your data is always hard to get. Sometimes, when a company falls on hard times, […]

When a company goes out of business, its assets—including stores, trademarks, furniture and signs—are sold off. The term for this is called liquidation—the business equivalent of an estate sale. Regardless of terminology, everything is sold. And in the case of RadioShack, a once shimmering empire of electronic memorabilia, ‘everything’ includes your data. Yes, if you […]

Roses are red, violets are blue, but does your security matter to your loved one too? Okay, so maybe my rhyme needs a little work, but the substance is there: when we share personal information in real life, even with loved ones, we run the risk of exposing our most personal details with the world. […]