WWDC 2019’s biggest reveals

June 7th, 2019
WWDC 2019’s biggest reveals

Apple CEO Tim Cook’s keynote for 2019 proved to be a blockbuster. This year’s Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) featured an even more powerful flagship desktop suite, Apple OS improvements, and several other developments that further prove that the company always listens to its toughest critics. Privacy commitment In Mr. Cook’s keynote speech, he hammered […]

Disarm Windows 10’s intrusive settings

May 28th, 2019
Disarm Windows 10’s intrusive settings

Microsoft’s Windows 10 has had the same level of acceptance and success as Windows 7 did. It’s not a perfect operating system though, as users are complaining about its intrusive privacy settings that are on by default. Get your privacy back by following these tips on tweaking its default settings. Turn personalized advertising off For […]

5 ways to enhance Android security

March 14th, 2019
5 ways to enhance Android security

It’s normal for you to be emotionally attached to your mobile device, which is why you most likely sleep beside it at night. Like with all things important to you, you’ll want to take care of your Android phone. So if you value your personal data or the apps inside your Android device, it’s best […]

Secure your Mac before discarding it

March 5th, 2019
Secure your Mac before discarding it

Well over half of Americans save account passwords to an application or web browser, and at least as many also store private documents on their computers. That’s fine for people who take active measures to protect their data, but if you give away a computer, you surrender all control. Make sure to follow these steps […]

Turn off Windows 10’s invasive settings

February 20th, 2019
Turn off Windows 10’s invasive settings

Windows 10 is slowly becoming the operating system of choice because of its improvements over past versions. But it isn’t perfect, as many users have complained about its intrusive default privacy settings. Reclaim your privacy with these tips on disabling its nosy settings. Turn personalized advertising off For those unaware, Windows 10 assigns each user […]

Autocomplete password risks

January 31st, 2019
Autocomplete password risks

Advertisements and “helpful” suggestions based on your internet browsing habits can be troubling. But what’s even more alarming is that hackers have found another way of tracking you via seemingly harmless autocomplete passwords. Here’s what you need to know. Why auto-fill passwords are so dangerous As of December 2018, there are 4.1 billion internet users […]

Why you need a VPN and how to choose one

January 8th, 2019
Why you need a VPN and how to choose one

Back in the day, simple antivirus software was all you needed to stay safe from security threats. Nowadays, it takes more than that to protect your online privacy. Whether you’re sending emails or chatting up a friend online, chances are your Wi-Fi connection can be intercepted. This is why you need a virtual private network […]

The best way to secure PHI

January 7th, 2019
The best way to secure PHI

Healthcare organizations must be vigilant about avoiding data breaches, especially since they’ve been prime targets for cybercriminals for several years. Medical records are extremely valuable to hackers, which is why healthcare sectors must implement the most advanced security solutions. Strict access policies To control access to protected health information (PHI), your IT department must introduce […]

Mobile security threats in Android

November 21st, 2018
Mobile security threats in Android

Employees today are working under tight timelines, but thanks to bring your own device (BYOD) policies, they can access critical files and applications to get work done on their smartphones. But BYOD can be a double-edged sword to those who are not vigilant about cyberattacks. If you’re using an Android device, here are five security […]

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