It’s fair to say that many of us, especially in the States, don’t know or much care about where our food comes from. That’s unfortunate enough but what even less people may be aware of is how cool farming cultures are. Farmers survive by quickly learning how to do many things when they need to…
Organizations are all working hard in collaboration to bring Atlanta’s critical systems back online but there is still a tremendous amount of work to be done and some serious lessons to be learned.
Learn about DMARC and vastly reduce the chance of you or your team getting a phishing attack in your inbox.
Hackers are good at finding great hiding spots but, once we discover them, they have to find new ones.
As humans, our default instinct is to ignore things that threaten us until they impact us directly even as we are very weak and vulnerable to them. That’s why hardly anyone has an estate plan or business continuity strategy. The real problem is this: the less we care, the more vulnerable we are.
This is funny. Sort of. When Jimmy Kimmel went streetside and asked people, “What’s your password?” in a funny, notably exaggerated way, he revealed how easy it is to manipulate people to get their private information.
What is 2-factor authentication (2FA)? 2FA is an essential layer of security designed to ensure that you’re the only person who can access your accounts. Even if someone knows your login name and password, they won’t be able to login to your account without this one-time code that is sent to you via SMS (text message)…
My wife actually received the following voicemail message last week. It’s pretty compelling but fortunately she is aware enough to suspect these kinds of things. These kinds of scams are getting harder and harder to tell apart from real inquiries. A good general rule of thumb is: always be a little bit suspicious of unsolicited…
Seven days after the release of more than 65 million people were playing it. SIXY-FIVE MILLION PEOPLE.
That’s a big statement about how humans are interacting with machines. Not as in the future but as in RIGHT NOW.