What is a VPN?

You’ve probably seen the letters “VPN” in the news lately. Could stand for a lot of things—“Vodka Party Night” is one of them, according to Urban Dictionary. But the VPN…

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Millenials are taking over at your work—what that means for your safety online

Baby boomers’ grandchildren are now the majority in the work force. The generational change could impact your security.   Work hard, conform, don’t rock the boat. That’s what many Generation Xers—born between 1965…

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How the next wave of cyber attacks could hit the U.S.

You may be surrounded by more targets than you think.   You’re ready to put up that that book shelf. You grab your drill and pull the trigger. But instead…

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Rental cars steal your info & torture others with it

The FTC warns people to erase their personal data from rental cars when they turn them in.   It was a rental car road trip, with Grandma in the back seat and…

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After free beer hack, tech will get more secure—eventually

Company left rewards system vulnerable to hackers looking to sip & sup for free.   Free beer! Now that we have your attention, we’d like to tell you about the fallout from the…

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Do driverless cars already have serious security holes?

Security researchers try to get autonomous car makers to focus on safety at every speed. You may like the idea of hopping in a car or bus without a driver and…

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