Frankly, there is no better person to share the secrets of hackers than one of them. Here are the top three suggestions from a white hat hacker to help you protect your personal information online.
Identity theft hit an all-time high in 2017 and — for the first time ever — more Social Security numbers were stolen than credit card numbers. The bottom line is it’s up to you to keep your information private and out of the hands of thieves. To help you do this, here are four simple tips to minimize the risk of your information being stolen.
Unfortunately, bad guys will use any available information to their advantage. So today, I want to share with you a few things you should consider about what information you’re sharing with the world.
When we talk about threats, a big part of what we talk about is how likely it is a certain threat will become a reality — then we prepare accordingly. This week’s collection of must-read articles will help you prepare for the familiar and the far-fetched because you never know what will happen.
In a natural disaster or other emergency, you are pretty much on your own. You can’t always depend on local police or fire personnel to come save the day. So as you’re preparing — purchasing supplies and gear — you should also consider taking classes in one or more of these four skill sets.
This week’s batch of must-read articles covers a variety of threats, from hacking to school shootings to peaceful protests turned violent. The way the world is now, you’ve got to be prepared for all of the above — and more. Because you never know what will happen…
It’s no secret I’m not a fan of using social media. But if you don’t want to deactivate your accounts, at least take a look at this week’s first reader question for some social media safety tips you should start implementing today.
We have seen this scenario before: where disgruntled employees target their former co-workers. So today, I want to cover some workplace safety tips that will help protect you and your coworkers in the event of such a tragedy.
In my line of work I expect to receive threats and deal with harassment from weirdos. But the fact is it can happen to anyone in any profession. If you’re being stalked, here are five things you can do to protect yourself and hopefully put a stop to the torment.
Fusion centers are a way for local, state and federal agencies to share intelligence information for analysis. Are these centers useful in thwarting terrorist plots? Or are they invading the privacy of innocent Americans? Let’s take a look.