Easter Sunday is the last day in Georgetown for the maker and purveyor of ceramics, pillows, accessories and furniture, which opened on Wisconsin Avenue in 2012.
If you’re using a company device to access a compromised account, you’re opening up a door to a hacker, who can then get into your company’s network.
Plans now include closing off 31 Street from the bridge south to South Street and north to M Street. Only residential parking will be available on the rest of 31st Street during the closure period.
It’s not uncommon for hackers to set up fake clones of public WiFi access points to try and get you to connect to their WiFi over the legitimate, safe one being made available for public use.
A Council reprimand is not without precedent; the late longtime mayor and Ward 8 Council member Marion Barry and Ward 1 Council member Jim Graham were both reprimanded.
Without central oversight of what information is being shared with whom, your company’s data can be spread far and wide.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Here's how to protect your data in advance of loss or theft of your device.
Early in 2018, the D.C. Board of Ethics and Government Accountability opened an investigation. The inquiry was suspended midyear “because of an ongoing law enforcement investigation.”
Clutter is the enemy of a speedy PC. Unused software sucks up processing speed and — even worse — leaves the door open to hackers and malware.
Once a known vulnerability is announced via a patch, hackers get to work like crazy, trying to figure out how to use that vulnerability to gain access to users who are lazy about installing updates.