The recent thefts point out why cybersecurity is so hard: It’s next to impossible to prevent an attack by a skilled hacker (or a team of them).
To this day … hundreds of millions of Americans have had their information compromised and more than 12 new people are hacked each second.
As big as this breach was … these days, it’s nothing terribly new. Hundreds, even thousands of our nation’s largest businesses have been hacked.
To get chipped … or not to get chipped? That’s the big question. And it’s sparked a big debate here at Banyan Hill Publishing.
The more people who use a network, the bigger the vulnerabilities. That’s a key reason why cybersecurity companies will keep growing for years to come.
There are some dangerous toys that I won’t be buying my nieces this next Christmas because I want to keep my family safe.
Is online privacy dead? I still think there’s a spark of hope. And surprisingly, it lies in social media usage.
What happens if you die or become incapacitated, and nobody else knows any of your passwords, personal identification numbers, access codes and login IDs?