This past week, a well-known journalist had his Apple and Google accounts compromised when a hacker used Social Engineering to pose as him, resulting his Apple devices being wiped remotely, his email account was deleted, and his Twitter account was hacked as well.
Skype can be an engaging and incredible experience, but a lot of it depends on how it is used. Skype has been a disruptor to telecommunications worldwide. It first started becoming an important tool to me in 2003 when it launched. My wife and I lived in Bolivia at the time, with extended family scattered…
In a recent podcast episode of Security Now, Leo Laporte and Steve Gibson covered many of the most popular cloud storage and syncing solutions, like Dropbox, Box.net, Carbonite, Crashplan, and others. They described each service, their costs, and compared the value and how people can use each of them, or in some cases, why people shouldn’t use them.
“Whether you are 5, 40 or 75 years old,” states SaferInternetDay.org, “whether you use the internet once a month or several times a day – each person has something different to bring to the table that can help shape our online experiences and our understanding of online competences and safety. We all have a role to play in ensuring that every child is safe online.”
Have you ever wondered why your website doesn’t bring you any sales? Are your competitors more visible when you search for your “product” or “service”? Did you know that 73% of all activity online is in one way or another related to local content?
This video is not narrated, as the content speaks very well for itself. We will likely add a narrated version the near future.