17 Oct
October 17, 2017

Why You Need to Wipe Your Cell Phone Before You Toss it and Other Critical Cyber Hygiene Guides

Pause for a moment and recall how you disposed of your last cell phone. If you didn’t wipe it before you sold, traded-in, donated or otherwise disposed of, you were handing off a gold mine for an identity thief.

Our cell phones store a considerable amount of personal and sensitive information on them. Data stored on your device may include:

Location history
Contacts in your address

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14 Apr
April 14, 2014

By now many of you have heard the news of a recent website security issue called the Heartbleed Bug. This issue that was identified last week has to do with vulnerability in a popular website security mechanism called OpenSSL. The purpose of OpenSSL is to encrypt traffic to and from a client computer and a web server. It is used by many websites, and it’s suggested that over 500,000 sites were using the version of OpenSSL that was flawed. Essentially,

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