Last week DocuSign, one of the market leaders in online eSignatures and contract execution and management, announced that it had discovered a data breach.
The WannaCry ransomware outbreak that has dominated new cycles since Friday was preventable. I’m hoping this will be my last post on the subject, pending any potential developments.
By now, you have certainly heard about the massive global ransomware outbreak that began yesterday, Friday, May 12, 2017.
Password managers are more critical now, than ever. Over the past week, I have had a few conversations with different people that underscore this.
If you don’t know who Frank Abagnale is, go to his website at www.abagnale.com and read his bio. If you’ve seen the movie Catch Me If You Can, you know who he is.
Forter, a fraud prevention company, recently released a report showing that the apparel industry was the most desired by fraudsters and scammers – up 70 percent in attempted attacks 2016.
In follow up to my post last week titled Alexa, Should I be Worried about You?, I wanted to share a few updates that may be helpful.
In yesterday’s post, I talked about two factor authentication and why it’s important and supported virtually anywhere you logon.
If you want to keep yourself protected from the majority of hacking attempts, you should be using 2 Factor Authentication (2FA).
“Alexa, what time are the Red Sox playing today?” If you have an Amazon Echo, it’s likely that you are.