As data breaches become more common, it's important to know how to better protect your personal data from hackers. Here are some basic cybersecurity steps you can take.
In the era of modern conveniences where Amazon’s Alexa is ready to play any song or order you laundry pods and also collect an immense amount of data on your life, we should not forget these same technologies are making their way to children’s toys.
Imagine a hurricane flooding your home, or a fire burning your walls, and you, scrambling to collect your passport, your Social Security card and your family albums before evacuating your home.
From the Yahoo email hacks to the digital spying upon the DNC, 2016 was a frightening year of hacking. This is alarming since, year-by-year, our lives are becoming more and more integrated into the cyberworld.
Mark Zuckerberg unintentionally sparked a conversation about Internet security when he posted a photo of himself on his Facebook page on June 21. A sharp-eyed Twitter user named Chris Olson pointed out that in the image’s background you can see tape covering the camera and microphone jack on Mr.