How To Secure Your WordPress Site Against Hacker Attacks
One of the easiest content management systems to set up and use is WordPress, the largest self-hosted blogging platform in the world, powering more than 60 million websites worldwide.
Privacy Proponents Still Aren't Satisfied With CISPA
Rep. Adam Schiff announced on Friday that he would be introducing a pro-privacy amendment to CISPA that would force companies to remove any identifiable information from data it shares with the government. Surprisingly enough, the bill’s authors seem to be taking this amendment, and other pro-privacy amendments, seriously.
Is Social Media Security Out of Your Hands?
I read an interesting article from the New York Times this week. It was about the problem of social media accounts being hacked and hijacked and something bad happening to a brand. Before we get started though. let’s make it clear that if ANYONE thinks that what happened to the Burger King Twitter account where it was hacked and stuff about being purchased by McDonald’s etc. happened on it, really thinks this hurt the brand I suggest you reassess.
9 Tips for Greater Social Media Security
After a few hackers “Had it their way” with Burger King’s Twitter handle, we started thinking that password security is a big deal, and not everyone’s doing it right. Here are a few simple steps that can help you avoid a situation that would be, well, a whopper (#groan) of a public relations nightmare.
The Most Trusted Internet Company For Privacy In 2012 Was Mozilla
January 28 is Data Privacy Day. It’s a topic that has become increasingly more important in recent years as more of our information moves to the Internet. Consumers are largely untrusting when it comes to Internet companies, but one has at least earned more trust than others.