Is That Mobile Application Invading My Privacy?

Facebook now offers “Home.” Facebook says “With Home, everything on your phone gets friendlier. From the moment you turn it on, you see a steady stream of friends’ posts and photos. Upfront notifications and quick access to your essentials mean you’ll never miss a moment. And you can keep chatting with friends, even when you’re … Read more…

Dr. Drew Talks to Boston Terror Witnesses

A pair of explosions at the Boston Marathon left at least three people dead and dozens injured Monday. In this video clip, HLN’s Dr. Drew talks to Boston Marathon runners Robert Siciliano and Thom Keeney about what they witnessed during the terror attack. (Our thoughts are with all those affected by this incident – #TheFraudTube) Hotlines For families … Read more…

Do You Share Passwords with Your Partner?

Do you? I do and I’ve been doing it since I said “I do.” And if you are married or at least in a committed lifelong relationship, knowing each other’s passwords is probably expected. Today, sharing passwords has become a sign of commitment, a signal of love and devotion, like a varsity sweater or friendship … Read more…

Yahoo! Hacked: 15 Tips To Better Password Security

In light of the Yahoo Voices hack where 450,000 passwords have been compromised, it’s time again to let the world know what they are doing wrong when it comes to passwords. CNET pointed out that: 2,295: The number of times a sequential list of numbers was used, with “123456″ by far being the most popular password. There … Read more…

Concert Season Coming: Don’t Get Scammed

As spring is in full swing, so are the advertisements for upcoming concerts. I, for one, look forward to getting on my Harley, snagging easy parking, and taking in a few shows this year. And, as with all seasonal activities and events, scammers are gearing up to take advantage of another opportunity to prey upon … Read more…

Discarded Digital Devices Can Retain Sensitive Data

A recent interview with Byron Acohido, USA TODAY…

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About Robert Siciliano

For over 20 years Robert has been researching and keeping in tune with all aspects of security by staying on top of what is new and ahead of what is next at all times. His purpose is to inform and educate you to avoid becoming a statistic. He says “There always has been, there is now and there will always be a criminal predatory element stalking their next victim.”

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Business Security Measures to Prevent Fake Twitter Accounts

Hacking a business Twitter account seems to be a favorite pastime for those wanting some kind of retribution and for others it’s just plain fun.  Once the businesses Twitter account is hacked their reputation is sullied making them look like they aren’t protecting their client’s data either. In the past year NBC, Fox News, USA Today and … Read more…