Citing a case from Florida, Naked Security delves into the Fifth Amendment, and how legal cases involving passcodes are affected.
In order to better protect consumers’ personal information, a senator proposed a data protection bill to punish large corporation that don’t play by the rules.
When it comes to data storage strategies, decision makers should consider management solutions, security solutions, and where collected information will live.
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, November 16, 2018? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
Do tech decisions makers truly need to worry about 8K resolution right now? You can only answer that with a complex answer, but suffice it to say: yes AND no.
New developments in twisted fiber optics might be able to up internet speed in the future.
Many IT directors and tech decision makers embrace managed services offerings that help support their businesses. Meanwhile, AV is an important component to many organization’s communication, presentation, meeting room and branding strategies. However, managed AV services is a little bit of an anomaly. Maybe that’s because the definition of managed AV services remains elusive. Let’s […]
Exemptions to the 1201 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act will allow people to make software modifications that were previously illicit.
The Powerwall 2 recently allowed a Northern California local to be able to keep his lights on during a power outage in his area.
Progress has been made in keeping the electronic processes of U.S. elections safe, but not enough. And, the cyberattacks on the 2018 mid-term elections have already started.