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Privacy Tips While Using Mobile Devices on the Go #2

Your mobile devices – including smartphones, laptops and tablets ‒ are always within reach everywhere you go, whether for work, travel or entertainment. These...

Privacy Tips While Using Mobile Devices on the Go

Your mobile devices – including smartphones, laptops and tablets ‒ are always within reach everywhere you go, whether for work, travel or entertainment. These...

A year later, Heartbleed bug still hasn’t been squashed

A recent report by cybersecurity management firm Venafi showing that a vast majority of the world’s largest companies remain vulnerable to attacks stemming from...

What the Target Breach Taught Us About Security

Adam Levin spoke with Ken Rosato of WABC TV about the Target breach. An iconic moment for the business world and consumers, the Target...

Data Security: Can Corporations Protect Us From Hackers?

Gregg Steinhafel’s ouster at Target this week was a major C-Suite casualty in corporate America’s war on hackers. Sales took a major nosedive after...

100 Percent Increase in Criminal Attacks on Healthcare Entities

The Ponemon Institute released a report today that includes some alarming news: Criminal attacks on healthcare organizations increased by an eye-popping 100 percent since...

Ever Wonder What an ATM Skimming Device Looks Like?

You probably know that criminals have long figured out how to trick people into handing over their credit card information. One way is the...

The Willis Report: More than 200,000 ATMs at Risk

Adam Levin talked about ATM security with Gerri Willis on The Willis Report on Fox Business News in New York. More than 200,000 ATM...

WTOP: University of Maryland Security Breach Makes Students Targets of...

Adam Levin spoke to Shawn and Hillary on WTOP in Washington DC about the data breach this week at University of Maryland, which exposed...

Data Breaches: Does the Government Need to Step In?

To listen to some House Republicans at the Target hearing Wednesday, and the Senate Republicans on Tuesday, one would be forgiven for thinking that...

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