Guest Post – Don’t Let Your Phone Stalk You

The idea of someone tracking your whereabouts and eavesdropping on your conversations can be unsettling. Yet, more than 58,000 Google Android users had this happen to them. That’s because these individuals had stalkerware installed on their smartphones.  Stalkerware is legal but often considered unethical. Find out what stalkerware is and how it can get on your smartphone.

Stalkerware is not limited to Android phones. It can be installed ...

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Autonomous Delivery Robots Coming Soon To Your Front Door

Someday robots will become self-aware, liberate themselves from their human overlords, and demand things like wages, paid vacations, and free maintenance service.  Before that happens, it looks like they will be showing up at your front door to deliver pizza, groceries, packaged merchandise, orders from Amazon, and even mail.

Digit

The robot pictured at left is named Digit and is a creation of ...

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Guest Post – Can You Trust Your Trusted Sources?

What follows is a sponsored post from cybersecurity firm Sequretek.

Businesses usually tend to trust their partners/ technology partners when related to the security of the data flowing across partners. This approach has changed drastically these days; now businesses themselves need to focus on their cyber security measures. There is a sudden rise in the number of supply chain attacks, by which we can conclude that attackers are easily spotting out vulnerabilities in the supply chain network of the organisations. Today, ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Today’s Weekend Update is our 100th edition

Somehow we have published 100 of these Saturday cybersecurity news roundups.  Hope you have enjoyed them, and maybe learned a thing or two.  Leave a comment and the first 10 commentators will receive some WyzGuys swag.


Boeing 737-MAX Crashes Brought on by Flight Computers

A really scary article about what went ...

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Replacements for Passwords

I have been saying for some time now that passwords by themselves are no longer an effective form of security.  Too easy to hack, too easy to crack.  Currently my go to recommendation is any form of two-factor authentication.  Something like the Google Authenticator App or Yubikey are good choices for your second authentication factor.

On the horizon there are other authentication options that may replace passwords entirely.  Here are a few:

  • DNA ...
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