Your website needs to be accessible to a range of potential users with disabilities, as part of your compliance with the American Disabilities Act. Failure to do so won’t just limit your potential client base – it can also mean you’re liable for legal damages as well.
The Rockville Centre school district in Long Island, New York was hit with Ryuk Ransomware this summer. The ransomware encrypted files on their server and they had to pay nearly $100,000 to unlock their data.
For anyone whose sole motivation to workout is to close their daily rings (like me) and unlock new achievements, the Health Data Importer app can be a literal life saver.
Recently, news broke about the latest large-scale data breach to hit a major organization. Capital One Bank has announced that millions of customers across the US and Canada have had their personal information compromised in one of the biggest breaches to ever happen to a financial services company. This brief video courtesy of News24 discusses the […]
Depending on the scope of the attack, the cost of getting hacked can be in the hundreds of thousands or more. Here’s what you need to know. When it comes to cyberattacks, all too often the bad guys win. Hackers have targeted local governments, airports, banks, and businesses, stealing usernames, passwords, and sensitive private data. […]
Protect Yourself from Potential Attacks Via Chrome Extensions Learn two simple ways to set the privacy and activity settings for each Google Chrome extension on your browser and steps the company is taking to protect users. Google’s Chrome web browser is a popular choice for businesses the world over. Managing the extensions gives you more […]
Recently, Google Play Store app developer “CooTek” has had a wave of sketchy apps banned from the Google Play Store. Security firm Lookout has accused him of deploying adware BeiTaAd in its apps.
iNaturalist, and its sister app, Seek, are two free mobile apps that can instantly tell you the names of the wildlife and plant life that surround you during your outdoor exploits.