by Ben Queen, President of SplashData Whether you love them or hate them, Facebook is all over the news today because of a political data analytics firm called Cambridge Analytica that gained access to more than 50 million Facebook user
Have you ever received one of those calls from an IRS “representative” demanding payment or threatening to bring in the police? Guaranteed this is a SCAM! How can I be so sure? The IRS has the following statement on their
I’m going to keep this short and sweet. Here are simple and proven recommendations to keep yourself safe and secure: Software Updates: When you receive a notification to update your software from a trusted source, make that update happen ASAP.
OK, maybe “mugged” isn’t the right word, but being “hacked” is, and that can certainly feel the same way. So why can you be hacked at a Starbucks or any other public place you access free Wi-Fi? These Wi-Fi access
You’ve probably seen or heard about “Spectre” and “Meltdown” in the news. Do you need to worry? Absolutely YES! IF you don’t keep your web browsers, apps and devices up-to-date. In a CNN tech article published Sunday, January 7, 2018,
Do you know any friends, family or colleagues who have had their email hacked, social media accounts compromised or even identity stolen? Feeling left out and want to know what it’s like to have no access to your bank
Here at SplashData we are huge Seinfeld fans! Last week I presented the team with a few password related Seinfeld clips and asked everyone to vote for their favorite one. I thought why keep all the fun to ourselves so
A few months ago there were news reports that the hacking of Democratic National Committee’s John Podesta’s email was made easier because his email password was “password.” If these reports are true, he wouldn’t be alone. For the sixth straight