Your Guide to Gmail’s Updates

Google has been rolling out its redesigned Gmail for desktop and mobile, which offers new features such as confidential mode, offline support, email snoozing and more. Although we don’t recommend Gmail for business (we prefer our clients use other email hosts), these new features are excellent ...
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How To Protect Your Facebook Data

Starting on Monday April 9th, Facebook will warn 87 million users that their data “may have been improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica by apps that they or their friends used.” Facebook will warn these users with a notice atop the News Feed with information about what data ...
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A Year of Hacks in Review

2017 was a year filled with one hack after another, from an Equifax breach to global ransom campaigns that cost companies millions of dollars. The cyberattacks highlighted the alarming vulnerability of our personal information. More tools used by government hackers have become public, and with many ...
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Shop Safe and Smart This Holiday Season

The holiday shopping frenzy has officially begun, and more people than ever are skipping the stores and shopping online this year. Finding that perfect gift from the comfort of your home certainly has its perks, but it can also make you vulnerable to scams and frauds ...
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Uber Fell Victim to Hack Last Year

Yesterday, Uber disclosed a large-scale cyberattack that occurred in October of 2016 that exposed the confidential data of 57 million customers and drivers. This data included names, email addresses and phone numbers, as well as 600,000 drivers’ license numbers. Uber failed to alert victims or regulators ...
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Your Guide to Gmail’s Updates

Google has been rolling out its redesigned Gmail for desktop and mobile, which offers new features such as confidential mode, offline support, email snoozing and more. Although we don’t recommend Gmail for business (we prefer our clients use other email hosts), these new features are excellent ...

How To Protect Your Facebook Data

Starting on Monday April 9th, Facebook will warn 87 million users that their data “may have been improperly shared with Cambridge Analytica by apps that they or their friends used.” Facebook will warn these users with a notice atop the News Feed with information about what data ...

A Year of Hacks in Review

2017 was a year filled with one hack after another, from an Equifax breach to global ransom campaigns that cost companies millions of dollars. The cyberattacks highlighted the alarming vulnerability of our personal information. More tools used by government hackers have become public, and with many ...

Shop Safe and Smart This Holiday Season

The holiday shopping frenzy has officially begun, and more people than ever are skipping the stores and shopping online this year. Finding that perfect gift from the comfort of your home certainly has its perks, but it can also make you vulnerable to scams and frauds ...

Uber Fell Victim to Hack Last Year

Yesterday, Uber disclosed a large-scale cyberattack that occurred in October of 2016 that exposed the confidential data of 57 million customers and drivers. This data included names, email addresses and phone numbers, as well as 600,000 drivers’ license numbers. Uber failed to alert victims or regulators ...


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