“Sometimes the simplest things are the most profound. My job is to bring out in people & what they wouldn’t dare do themselves“
OpenAI’s ChatGPT promises to change the internet as we know it–cybercrime included.
Business analyst Jill Schlesinger gives us the skinny on her new book The Great Money Reset and an easy rundown on how to distinguish dreams from reality (and how to avoid getting scammed in the process).
It turns out Adam never froze his credit.
T-Mobile has yet another giant data breach.
What the Hack's trailer for the episode " Al Franken Holds a Mock Senate Hearing on Privacy with Siri and Alexa" won a gold...
Adam Levin's comments on a wave of scams targeting Californian recipients of the Middle Class Tax Credit were featured in an article in the...
The What the Hack with Adam Levin podcast won the Silver Award in the Technology Category and the Listener's Choice Award in this year's Signal Awards!
If human beings can be hacked, misinformation is probably the way in.
Responding to an unsolicited text message may be placing one at risk of getting caught in a pig butchering scam.
Adam Levin was featured in a recent article in PC Magazine. In "5 Easy Habits to Protect Your Data," Levin provided several quick tips...
Just because you’re not checking your bank account doesn’t mean no one else is.
It’s a New Year, but sadly we keep seeing the same old, same old when it comes to security fails.
From anchovies to Al Franken to the war on truth, it’s been an interesting year.
Adam Levin's prediction for the top cyber threats facing businesses in 2023 was featured in an article on Mamori.io. "The number one security threat in...
We’ve gotten used to the fact hackers tend to target nice people, but this week’s story is ridiculous.
As a Daily Show correspondent, comedian Roy Wood, Jr. knows a thing or two about fake news and truthiness as well as the truth-and-a-half that is comedy.
Red vs. Blue team testing is an important tool for finding the weak points in an organization's cybersecurity stance. Here's what you need to know.
If you ever worried about getting locked out of your accounts, you’ll want to hear this story.
Sometimes referred to as the Doomsday of Cyberspace, quantum hacking could decode the encryption that protects us online.
Callback phishing scams use phony invoices to extort money from people. Here’s what you need to know.