Using a VPN is critical for protecting yourself online and maintaining a level of privacy. It might sound technical and intimidating but it is as easy as checking email – and the benefits are significant.
Let’s discuss what you can do and why to stay safe online.
Recently there were two huge data breaches of two very large companies. Both organizations collected a ton of information about their clients. The breaches were both spectacular in scope. Furthermore, both were among the largest known data breaches.
I see a large contrast between the Marriott breach and the Equifax breach. The difference between the two massive breaches clearly demonstrates the importance of basic security methods.
Location services abound in apps everywhere. Your smartphone is constantly tracking your location whether to guage traffic, share with loved ones your whereabouts, or get the weather. However, this can lead to all sorts of abuses which are not immediately obvious to most.
GDPR took effect on May 25, 2018. About 6 months have passed and we are starting to see some of the impact of the legislation. Read on as I analyze the impact of GDPR and tell my story of the Foodland Robot!
In just a few days, GDPR will become enforceable across the pond from where I live. Its reach, however, extends far beyond Europe. Let us have a look at some guiding principles in the United States via privacy policies, policy guidelines, and published privacy principles.
On Wednesday I attended an early screening of Oliver Stone’s Snowden. After the movie was a live interview with director Oliver Stone, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley, and Edward Snowden. Aside from it being a great movie I want to discuss the themes and thoughts it leaves the viewer.
From a technology standpoint there are some very important points in the movie to consider.