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Phone Privacy and Security

How To Set Your Phone for Better Privacy and Security

The default factory settings on your phone are a double-edged sword. On one hand, they’re the best way to see what the creator recommends for you, and it makes it easy to get started. But sometimes, these features can have problems. They can be reducing your battery life, or share things you don’t want them to. So no matter what phone you use, you should change a few options around if you want to have...

Billions of Spoofed Emails

Why Should You Be Using DMARC? 3 Billion Spoofed Emails are Being Sent Everyday

In a recent report from TechRadar, email is still the most popular form of malware distribution. Billions of emails that are spoofed are being sent everyday. Even though email is still the oldest form of online communication, it is still the go-to platform for cybercriminals to attempt to infiltrate. According to the report by Vailmail, “80% of all email inbox providers do DMARC check on inbound emails”. And with the pandemic, COVID-19 has been...

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Let’s Commit To Protect Our Privacy This Year

  Let’s Commit To Protect Our Privacy This Year How our new identity & privacy app can help By this point in the year you may have already broken some of your New Year’s resolutions, but here’s one to commit to keep: better protecting your online privacy. After all, we are likely to continue to spend more time online in 2021, whether it be for working, learning, or shopping. This makes taking some preventative steps to shield our identity information more important than...

how to keep consumer data safe

How to Keep Consumer Data Safe

Every day on popular eCommerce sites, millions upon millions of people are entering valuable information. Their names, credit card information, addresses, and more all being uploaded in rapid quantities. All this sensitive info, especially in regards to payment profiles, has since become the target for malicious cyber attacks and hacking schemes. For businesses implementing their online payment systems, how can they ensure that consumer data is kept safe?....

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Facial Recognition - Making Sense of Security

Facial Recognition Firm Sued for Scraping 3 Billion Faceprints

Firm Sued For Scraping 3 Billion Faceprints for Facial Recognition New York facial recognition startup Clearview AI is being sued in a potential class action lawsuit that claims the company gobbled up photos out of “pure greed” to sell to law enforcement. This which has amassed a huge database of more than three billion images scraped from employment sites, news sites, educational sites, and social networks including Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Venmo. The complaint...

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