If you want to check your Hotmail account or Facebook page, do it during your lunch break and on your own personal device. More than 600,000 Facebook accounts are hacked every day.
On Feb. 19, the crowd watching at the Woman's National Democratic Club was subdued, serious, intently listening. There were no exuberant reactions.
Whether it’s at the coffee shop, the hotel or the airport, the temptation to check email and surf the web is just too strong to resist.
Over seven million (!) Dropbox accounts have been hacked, giving cybercriminals a path into company networks.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. So make sure you’re engaging your IT people to encrypt and back up your data.
This past week, we lost two men we recognize as part of the city’s history and daily life; we lost the coach and we lost the newsman.
A restless imagination allowed him to write children’s books, create foundations and schools and support women’s basketball with the same exuberance that he showed on the court.
Clutter is the enemy of a speedy PC. If you’re not using a particular software on a regular basis, it’s best to remove it completely.
Once a known vulnerability is announced via a patch, hackers get to work like crazy trying to figure out how to use the vulnerability and access those users who are lazy about installing updates.
While watching the debate, many at the Woman's National Democratic Club drew and colored-in large posters that they planned to take to the third annual Women’s March on Saturday.