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
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.
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’re big fans of two factor authentication. We recommend it for our SplashID personal password manager users as well as our TeamsID business password manager users. But we also recommend that you use two factor authentication wherever
We’ve announced our well known list of “Worst Passwords” for 2015 — check out the press release and see a cool infographic we created for this year.
Meet Tom. Tom works at Acme Consulting, a 25 person company. As the senior “tech guy” at Acme, Tom wears a number of hats, including having responsibility for IT and security. Tom tries his best to protect his company, but
I’ve been making the case for using passphrases instead of passwords for year, especially in our press releases about our Worst Passwords lists. Making a strong password can be hard. Experts recommend making them long, adding alphanumeric characters, upper and
How to Enable Two Factor Authentication on Major Sites One of the easiest and most effective things you can do to help secure your accounts online is to enable two factor authentication. Also known as two step authentication, two factor