These days, there are so many cyber threats to businesses that it’s easy to overlook the one thing a business depends on every day—its internet domain name.
These days, you can learn a lot about a person on the Internet. With so much information available online—via social media, industry and news publications, and corporate directories—it’s not all that difficult to determine where you work, your role at that company, and what kind of hobbies you have.
Professionals in the information technology industry tend to get a bad rap for lacking…how do I say this delicately…the most basic elements of human personality.
According to a recent Nielsen’s study published in February of this year, the average American spends just over 34 hours each month on a mobile device.
In the world of online security, trends come and go, and cybercriminals will ride out a trend for as long there’s opportunity to make money.
The summer months are when many Texans break out their fishing rods, dust off their tackle boxes, and head to the lake to haul in a big catch.
These days, you need a password to do just about anything online. And, with so many sites now requiring passwords for various accounts, the ubiquity of passwords has, to some degree, actually eroded the very protections they were meant to provide in the first place.