Should I be worried?

I was on Omegle yesterday, having a normal conversation with a 28 year old Floridan guy. He was assuming that me and him were gonna have a “future together”. It seemed odd to me but I just brushed it off. He then asked me what type of music did I liste…

April 8, 2019
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Pending US truck regulations to curb capacity

Once the National Drug and Alcohol Database is established, information on failed drug tests will become part of a driver’s permanent record, accessible to any prospective employer. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. After experiencing the disruption caused by the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate in 2018, US shippers and truckers could be forgiven if they are looking for a respite from regulatory changes. The trucking industry has successfully worked through the productivity…

April 8, 2019
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8 Steps to More Effective Small Business Security

Small business face the same security challenges as large enterprises but with much smaller security teams. Here are 8 things to do to get the most from yours. 1 of 9 Big cybersecurity challenges aren’t limited to large organizations. Small and medium-sized organizations are subject to the same vulnerabilities, exploits, and attacks that plague multi-national enterprises. Unfortunately, these smaller organizations don’t have the same resources as the big companies to…

April 8, 2019
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Facebook May Have Gotten Hacked, and Maybe It’s Better We Don’t Know

Unless you live under a bottle cap rusting on the bottom of Loon Lake, you know that if you’re concerned about privacy, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is the gift that keeps on taking. A week after it landed with a curious (and most likely spurious) thud, Zuckerberg’s announcement about a new tack on consumer privacy still has the […]

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April 8, 2019
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‘Exodus’ Spyware Posed as a Legit iOS App

Private companies around the world have evolved a gray industry supplying digital surveillance and hacking tools to governments and local law enforcement. As the once little-known practice has grown, so too has the resulting malware. Researchers have now found that one of these spyware products, which had previously been found on the Google Play Store, also targeted iOS. At the Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit in Singapore this week, researchers from…

April 8, 2019
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