Understanding The FCC’s New Online Privacy Rules

Many of us use the internet without a passing thought about the privacy of our personal data. Recently, though, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) moved forward with a previously proposed decision to require internet service providers (ISPs) to get users’ consent before accessing or sharing their sensitive information. Let’s take a look at what this […]

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Are Your Wireless Gadgets Vulnerable to Hacking?

Hackers are constantly looking for new ways to breach a system, through both hardware and software vulnerabilities. That’s why researchers and white hat hackers — the good guys — use pre-emptive measures to find these vulnerabilities. They hack into a system, bring attention to problem areas, and hopefully allow companies to fix the issue in […]

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Recent Study Shows Employees Believe Productivity is More Important Than Security

It’s an age-old issue, which has begun to reach a boiling point in the age of information: the inherent balance between productivity and security. Wherever there is productivity, there is compromise on security; and the same is true vice versa. Recent studies have suggested that productivity is winning in popularity. While this might be considered […]

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