February 8, 2023

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Over Four Billion Will Be Lost This Year

How Businesses Can Stem the Tide of eCommerce Fraud By Arnab Banerjee, Lead System Architect eCommerce fraud is a plague that strikes at the heart of all online commerce and

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Data Breach: 4 Steps to Mitigate Insider Threats

Cybersecurity strategies traditionally secure the company network against outsider interference. However, as a new wave of data protection laws swept the globe, organizations became legally liable for the protection of

UK Unions Demand Investigation Into Amazon Employee Surveillance

Amazon is no stranger to controversy when it comes to employee conditions and relations. Through protests, strikes and walkouts, the company has seen workers stand up and demand fair treatment. Recent breaking news regarding surveillance of employees has now reignited that controversy. In the United Kingdom, union groups and activists are demanding action against Amazon’s latest move. 

How Effective Are Predictive Policing Programs?

Public safety and the justice system are two growing areas of interest for citizens and police in the United States. Between political and racial tensions, unrest has been on the rise in drastic ways this year. Specifically, government officials and civil rights activists have turned a spotlight on police violence. More than ever, people are questioning how helpful or hurtful predictive policing is in today’s society. 

7 Smart Ways to Secure Your IoT Devices

In this digital world where everyone is hooked on the latest technological devices, the concept of IoT (Internet of Things) is at the forefront of all industries. A lot of IoT devices like your company’s thermostats, security systems, vending machines, lights, and more rely on this kind of connectivity.

Making Sure Your Social Media Can Control Who Sees What

Today we live in a world that is entirely driven by technology, and getting any work done requires plenty of dependencies on the internet. These days the gateway to someone’s life is through their electronic devices, whether it be their phones, computers, or even their MP3 players. Applications like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, freeaccount.one and TikTok have all risen to popularity over the last decade tremendously. Even though questions regarding their privacy issues and lack of security have often done the rounds, it still has not stopped their immense popularity.

Why FTP Servers are Still Relevant

First developed in 1971, File Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers have long served a key part in data communication. Before the advent of Transfer Connection Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP),

Can Social Media Really Be Regulated?

Last week, President Trump introduced an executive order in response to Twitter’s fact-checking labels. The situation then initiated discussions around regulating social media platforms. Though Trump is attempting to introduce new changes to the 1996 Communications Decency Act, tech experts and government officials are skeptical of how far the order can go.

ecommerce-application-buy-card-cart-cellphone-1439799-pxhere.com

Over Four Billion Will Be Lost This Year

How Businesses Can Stem the Tide of eCommerce Fraud By Arnab Banerjee, Lead System Architect eCommerce fraud is a plague that strikes at the heart of all online commerce and

screen-post-car-number-web-internet-989227-pxhere.com

Data Breach: 4 Steps to Mitigate Insider Threats

Cybersecurity strategies traditionally secure the company network against outsider interference. However, as a new wave of data protection laws swept the globe, organizations became legally liable for the protection of

UK Unions Demand Investigation Into Amazon Employee Surveillance

Amazon is no stranger to controversy when it comes to employee conditions and relations. Through protests, strikes and walkouts, the company has seen workers stand up and demand fair treatment. Recent breaking news regarding surveillance of employees has now reignited that controversy. In the United Kingdom, union groups and activists are demanding action against Amazon’s latest move. 

How Effective Are Predictive Policing Programs?

Public safety and the justice system are two growing areas of interest for citizens and police in the United States. Between political and racial tensions, unrest has been on the rise in drastic ways this year. Specifically, government officials and civil rights activists have turned a spotlight on police violence. More than ever, people are questioning how helpful or hurtful predictive policing is in today’s society. 

7 Smart Ways to Secure Your IoT Devices

In this digital world where everyone is hooked on the latest technological devices, the concept of IoT (Internet of Things) is at the forefront of all industries. A lot of IoT devices like your company’s thermostats, security systems, vending machines, lights, and more rely on this kind of connectivity.

Making Sure Your Social Media Can Control Who Sees What

Today we live in a world that is entirely driven by technology, and getting any work done requires plenty of dependencies on the internet. These days the gateway to someone’s life is through their electronic devices, whether it be their phones, computers, or even their MP3 players. Applications like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, freeaccount.one and TikTok have all risen to popularity over the last decade tremendously. Even though questions regarding their privacy issues and lack of security have often done the rounds, it still has not stopped their immense popularity.

Why FTP Servers are Still Relevant

First developed in 1971, File Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers have long served a key part in data communication. Before the advent of Transfer Connection Protocol (TCP) and Internet Protocol (IP),

Can Social Media Really Be Regulated?

Last week, President Trump introduced an executive order in response to Twitter’s fact-checking labels. The situation then initiated discussions around regulating social media platforms. Though Trump is attempting to introduce new changes to the 1996 Communications Decency Act, tech experts and government officials are skeptical of how far the order can go.

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