Tag Archives: cybercrime

A Reminder From Yahoo: Change (And Improve) Your Passwords

A Reminder From Yahoo: Change (And Improve) Your Passwords

On January 31, 2014, Yahoo announced that a major theft of mail account passwords had compromised an “ undisclosed number” of accounts. Writing from the Yahoo Tumblr blog, senior vice president in charge of Yahoo’s platforms and personalization products, Jay Rossiter, pointed out the attack was a result of a third-party database being compromised, and not

Cloud Infographic: Biggest Security Breaches Of 2013

Cloud Infographic: Biggest Security Breaches Of 2013

Cloud Infographic: Biggest Security Breaches Of 2013 There has been much discussion on security breaches over the last several months. This will continue to be the hot topic in 2014 as companies look for ways to thwart the increase in cybercrime. Provided is an infographic by Marble Security outlining the biggest security breaches of 2013.

3 Ways To Protect Your Financial Data

3 Ways To Protect Your Financial Data

3 Ways To Protect Your Financial Data Recent retail foibles have us all a bit on edge about our personal data. High-profile security breaches at Target and on SnapChat remind us it can happen anywhere, to anyone. It leaves us marveling a bit (not in a good way) at how a simple transaction can cause

Good Bots And Bad Bots Online: They Outnumber Us

Good Bots And Bad Bots Online: They Outnumber Us

Good Bots And Bad Bots Online: They Outnumber Us Bots account for 61.5% of all Internet traffic, according to a new infographic published by online data security company Incapsula. This represents a 21% increase over the past year, and it signifies not only an increase in automated web traffic, but a significant increase in activity

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Password Safe On The Cloud?

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Password Safe On The Cloud?

Cloud Infographic: Is Your Password Safe On The Cloud? In the modern world of Internet connectivity, cloud computing, online banking, social networking, personal privacy and information security is essentially dependent upon password protection. Passwords are the crucial barrier that safeguards the personal information contained in the perhaps dozens of accounts that we interact with every