The Stay Safe Online Blog
The RE: View is a bimonthly look back at the headlines that caught the attention of our RE: Cyber contributors that senior executives and Board members should consider when assessing and managing cyber risk.
William J. Brunkhardt, chief technology strategist at Cyber Sciences Corporation, reviews what we know and what companies should be aware of regarding the Heartbleed bug.
Leading identity theft experts from The Identity Theft Council, National Consumers League, ID Theft Resource Center, PRIVATE WIFI and NCSA discussed the steps you can take to protect your personal information and how to respond if you become a victim of identity theft.
Private WiFi's Jillian Ryan delves into the data from its latest study by Harris Poll identifying WiFi users, practices and risks, and shares it all in a new infographic. A version of this blog appeared on Private WiFi's blog on April 3.
By now, we hope you know that hackers can steal your sensitive information any time you connect to a public WiFi network. But what you may not know is how fast they can do it. That's what WAFB 9 demonstrated in a hacking experiment on a university hotspot in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. What happened should be a wakeup call for hotspot users everywhere.
The ever-changing ways kids interact online has made it difficult for parents to keep pace with the latest safety and security advice. PRIVO, Savvy Cyber Kids, iKeepSafe, the FTC and the Center on Media and Child Health joined NCSA to discuss tips for parents and share resources.
Recent surveys have revealed how generations view and address online safety and security concerns differently, writes Private WiFi's Jared Howe. A version of this blog originally appeared on Private WiFi's blog on March 6, 2014.
One dilemma for companies may be the way "cyber" is used as an umbrella term for a vast set of threats, says John Glowacki, chief strategy and information officer at Protexit. Originally posted January 23, 2014.
The National Cyber Security Alliance, RSA Conference, U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, Microsoft, McAfee, Juniper Security and others discussed public-private efforts to promote online safety education and resources, live from the RSA Conference 2014 in San Francisco.
To help understand how shoppers are behaving in their stores, retailers are contracting statistical modeling firms that collect and analyze data many shoppers may not even realize they're providing through their smartphones. The growth of the Mobile Location Analytics (MLA) industry has raised questions about the specific information being collected, how it’s being used, and to what extent, if at all, consumers are aware this is happening.
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