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How the Windows 10 PIN Logon Increases Security

How the Windows 10 PIN Logon Increases Security

With each new version of Windows, new and innovative features are improving the total user experience in different ways. The latest version of Windows, Windows 10, is quickly growing in popularity due in part to its innovative security features. Data security has become an increasing concern with Windows products. Windows products are among the most […]

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The Future of Mobile Security

The Future of Mobile Security

The belief that “my phone can’t get hacked,” is outdated and dangerous. In fact, smartphones are getting hacked with greater frequency than ever, and mobile security measures are increasingly unable to offer viable protection. As we become more and more dependent on our smartphones and tablets for day-to-day computing and communication, they will become even […]

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Key Data Security Measures Small Businesses Should Be Taking

Key Data Security Measures Small Businesses Should Be Taking

With the number of Internet-enabled electronics and the amount of personal data we store on these devices being constantly on the rise, it is now more important than ever that we keep all this data safe. If we’re talking about a business environment, things are even more sensitive, as a data leak can have a […]

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Is Wearable Tech The Next Step in Home Security?

Is Wearable Tech The Next Step in Home Security?

Wearable technology seems to be everywhere these days. Just recently we saw the launch of the highly anticipated Apple Watch – the next big thing in smart watches. The glossy presentations for the device highlighted many of the watch’s features, but focused heavily on an Alarm app which is designed to sync with the wearer’s […]

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Yahoo Mailbox Exceeded Storage Notification Scam

Yahoo Mailbox Exceeded Storage Notification Scam

There’s an email purporting to be from Yahoo, claiming that you have exceeded the storage limit of your mailbox. This email didn’t come from Yahoo. This is a phishing scam trying to obtain your personal identifiable information to be used illegally and possibly to steal your identity. If you view the senders address you will […]

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Mobile “Kill Switch” to Improve Security for People and Businesses

Mobile “Kill Switch” to Improve Security for People and Businesses

To thieves running a muck in the streets, a shiny, $600 iPhone is a pretty enticing item to snatch. So much so that statistics project one in three thefts in the United States involves a smartphone. Stolen mobile devices, on top of monetary loss experienced by the owner, pose major security problems due to how […]

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The Best Anti-Virus Programs in 2015

The Best Anti-Virus Programs in 2015

Whilst it may seem obvious to computer users that anti-virus protection is essential, users of android systems, or even Mac’s often do not see the importance. The truth is that all systems are vulnerable to malicious attacks, whilst Windows has a higher profile, and therefore, is more at risk, any system can, and is attacked. […]

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Fifth Third Bank Involved in White Collar Crime

Fifth Third Bank Involved in White Collar Crime

We put trust in many things, but nothing compared to the trust we have with the bank we do business with. What if you knew your bank wasn’t keeping up with their end of the bargain by keeping your information safe? Scary thought indeed. A friend of mine and a small business owner shared some […]

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