In today’s connected world, where we can turn on our porch lights from the grocery store, are we unknowingly opening ourselves up to dangerous cyberattacks?
Social media is an “anything goes” media platform. That’s OK for some things. But policy makers are concerned that political speech needs regulation.
It’s easier than ever to ruin a preschooler’s credit score. Identity theft is becoming such a massive trend that not even kids are safe.
How on earth did we get to a point where private, profit-seeking companies are in a position to demand sensitive information from us … without even bothering to offer any protection?
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.