The Stay Safe Online Blog
Like apps that let you pay at stores with your phone, "peer-to-peer" payment services can be a convenient way to pay friends. But before you use one, check the app's settings for available security features.
Our smartphones and tablets, along with many other everyday objects, are as powerful and connected as our PCs and laptops. We must take steps to protect the information on all of our smart devices, just like we would for our computers.
The Internet of Things (the ability of everyday objects to connect to the Internet while collecting and sharing information) is changing the way we use technology. Soon, almost any device in our homes, whether it's a phone, thermostat, refrigerator, fitness tracker or baby monitor, will be connected to the Internet. This growth in connectivity offers convenience and efficiencies but also concern for privacy and security. In this #ChatDPD, we discussed what increasingly connected homes mean for digital citizens and our privacy.
While mobile's role in e-commerce presents plenty of opportunities for businesses to deliver relevant, cost-efficient mobile marketing offers to consumers' mobile devices, it also requires that businesses take some precautions. Here are five tips for safer mobile payments.
The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) was thrilled to partner again with RSA Conference 2015 as an association sponsor. RSA Conference (RSAC) is the world's largest global security event, offering a comprehensive platform for sharing intelligence, sparking innovation and encouraging collaboration, with this year's philanthropic focus on keeping kids safe online. Here's a recap of NCSA's involvement in this year's conference.
We celebrated World Password Day (May 7) 2015 with a Twitter chat on password safety. Long, strong passwords are easier than you think. Learn how with these tips.
The RE: View is a look back at the recent headlines that caught our attention and that senior executives and board members should consider when assessing and managing cyber risk.
We hosted a Twitter chat live from RSA Conference 2015., discussing ways you can raise online safety education and awareness in your community.
It is important to be mindful of what pieces of information can be traced back to us as individuals and know what can be discovered about us by performing a simple online search. By being in the know, we have the power to protect our online reputations, which subsequently protects us offline.
Learn easy ways to secure your online accounts and make them practically unhackable.
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