Protecting Your Credentials With A Password Manager

From Passwordmanager.com

From capital letters to punctuation and numbers, most sites require long and complex passwords to best protect user information. While the benefits of added security are understandable, trying to keep track of the complicated passwords used across dozens of websites and applications can be easier said than done. Studies estimate that the average business user has 191 passwords to keep straight.

For those who struggle to manage passwords across dozens of sites, a password manager can be an excellent ...

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The Ultimate Guide to Internet Safety – Part 1

Kelly Bowers from the Internet Advisor sent me this post to share with my readers.  This is the first of two parts.  Part two will publish tomorrow

The internet has undoubtedly unlocked a whole new world for us. It’s now possible to shop for goods in global marketplaces, talk to people from other parts of the world, stream videos wherever you are, and share your thoughts and feelings with whoever is willing to listen.

However, while the internet has ...

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Weekend Update

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


Guidance on Sharing Cyber Incident Information

Original release date: April 7, 2022

CISA’s Sharing Cyber Event Information Fact Sheet provides our stakeholders with clear guidance and information about what to share, who should share, and how to share information about unusual cyber incidents or activity.

CISA uses this information from partners to build a common understanding ...

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Guest Post – Why Supply Chain Cybersecurity Should Be A Business Priority

When people think of cyber security, we all think of data security. Whether you are hiring professionals or providing physical goods and services, the security of your employees’, applicants’, and customers’ data is of utmost importance. And with more devices and people getting connected, security breaches are becoming more prevalent. 

Hackers usually want one thing: money. They take your data and hold that hostage in exchange for money, or at ...

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Guest Post – Four Tips to Help Keep You Safe and Secure Online

The world has evolved so much in the past few years. These changes are even more apparent in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, with people and businesses forced to adapt and move everything online, from office meetings to grocery shopping.

Need to buy a pair of jeans? Ran out of groceries for the week? Craving your favorite food? All of these ...

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Weekend Update

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


Ticketmaster Hacked Competitor to Steal Data and Analytics, Fined Millions

From SecureWorld.  What’s that saying in business? “If you can’t beat ’em… hack ’em.” Newly released court documents show that some executives and employees at Ticketmaster did exactly that. What were they targeting? Access to a competitor’s proprietary data and analytics relating to concert ticket pre-sales. Ticketmaster ...

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