May 25 marks one year since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation officially went into effect. GDPR is a groundbreaking privacy framework that empowers residents of the EU to control their personal information so they can use digital technologies to engage freely and safely with each other and with the world.
This May, Mark Zuckerberg celebrated his 35th birthday. Congratulations! Zuckerberg did not make it to this milestone quietly, however. Instead, he faces a federal investigation looking at ways to hold him personally accountable for mismanaging users’ private data while Facebook-related scandals keep making headlines. In this post we have compiled Facebook’s 10 most prominent fails involving data misuse.
Buying things online while on public Wi-Fi? Bad idea. UNLESS you use NordVPN. The thing is, free Wi-Fi networks are often unsecure. They’re a perfect place for hackers to do their work. With NordVPN, you can shop online securely
You might be able to keep secrets from your closest friends and family, but not from Google. If you’re thinking, for example, of secretly relocating or buying an engagement ring, Google will know. This tech giant gathers more information about you than you would ever share with anyone, and that can put you at risk. Read on to find out exactly what Google knows about you.
Being an engineer in the cybersecurity space means working on finding answers to potential security threats and finding better ways to safeguard our families. I work on a variety of technologies, and with cybersecurity growing rapidly, I get to stay updated on the latest software trends and practices. Building these solutions also lets me learn about the internal workings of the web. Most importantly, I work in a field that will continuously interest me, challenge me, and keep me passionate.