Archive for March, 2016

Domain Squatting: Typos Open Consumers To Phishing Attack – Digital Media Mom

March 30, 2016

Typos used to be merely annoying, but now they can make you the target of a phishing attack.

Meeting Planners Hone Their Risk Assessment Plans: Successful Meetings

March 30, 2016

Incidents like the Brussels and Paris terrorist attacks, the shooting in San Bernardino, CA, and the spread of the Zika virus have highlighted the need for meeting planners to review their risk management plans.

Brussels Attacks Highlight the Importance of Risk Management for Meetings: Successful Meetings

March 30, 2016

Attacks in a city usually thought of as safe, like Brussels, reflect the changing reality that meeting planners now face.

The Fundamentals of Protecting Yourself Online

March 28, 2016

A botnet is a term for a robot network; a group of Internet-connection personal computers, which have all been affected by malicious software.

US Government May Not Need Apple's Help After All in Encryption Case – ABC Columbia

March 28, 2016

US Government May Not Need Apple's Help After All in Encryption Case

US Government May Not Need Apple’s Help After All in Encryption Case – ABC News

March 28, 2016

New questions have arisen in Apple’s battle with the government over a locked iPhone after officials postponed a hearing scheduled for today.

Using Technology to Catch the Brussels Terrorists – YouTube

March 28, 2016 Robert Siciliano Personal Security Expert discuses Using Technology to Catch the Brussels Terrorists for @IntelSecurity

Internet Scams You Should Be Aware Of

March 26, 2016

When most people think of fishing, they think of tossing a hook into the water, and then waiting for a fish to take the bait.

Most iPhone Users are Safe — for Now

March 25, 2016

For now, you’d have to install a Chinese pirate app store on your iPhone to be affected by the lates

11 Tips to Secure Mobile Devices and Client Data | THE Small Business Expert

March 25, 2016

By Robert Siciliano You have employees. They bring smartphones to work. All is fine, right? Wrong. First of all, the second an employee brings their personal mobile device to work, you can bet ther…