Articles in: Security

Increased Remote Work Should Mean Increased Vigilance

It’s impossible to avoid discussing the COVID-19 epidemic, and it’s causing us to reckon with the numerous systems we have in place that are no longer functional. A result of increased social […]


No, Iran Isn’t Going to Hack Your Business in the Name of Revenge

When news broke of the assassination of Iranian General Qassim Suleimani, the reaction was swift, as #WWIII began trending on Twitter within minutes. Obviously, this was more or less a facetious reaction […]

Insider Threats; Cybersecurity

Insider Threats Don’t Have to Be Malicious or Even Intentional

What comes to mind when you think of cybersecurity threats? Malware? Ransomware? Usually we think about strengthening firewalls to keep out hooded figures typing on green computer screens shouting “I’m in.” But […]

Facial Recognition Software: Is the “10 Year Challenge” All That Harmless?

If you’ve been on Facebook or Twitter or Instagram in the past few weeks, you’ve likely been bombarded by a lot of the same posts: “2009 to 2019: Haven’t I glowed up?” […]


Security: Should You Bring Alexa and Google Home for the Holidays?

If you’ve been on the internet lately, you’ve likely seen Spotify’s most recent promotion. Every premium subscriber–well, almost all of them— are eligible to receive a free Google Home device. However, as […]


Hack Attack! Hacks Can Happen Anywhere

Nothing is Safe It’s been Hack Week apparently, because there have been a number of high profile hacks and breaches revealed, covering just about every base in the tech sector. From NordVPN […]