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d.moat Inc Feb 26
Did you know that connected devices in your home are vulnerable to cyberattacks? Hackers have exploited baby monitors to turn them into spy cams. d.moat protects you from privacy invasions by blocking cyber intruders.
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Maria Feb 24
Data Privacy Day 2020 | Cybersecurity and Privacy Event | Coverage News Interviews Podcasts Photos — ITSPmagazine | ITSPmagazine At the Intersection of Technology, Cybersecurity, and Society.
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NatlCyberSecAlliance 14h
"Cameras equipped with facial recognition software are scanning thousands of people’s faces right now in shopping malls, casinos, big box stores, and hotels." Read more via
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Cat Coode 11h
One of the biggest risks in your house are devices connected to your router. Learn out how to stay safe with connected devices and
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Cat Coode 15h
Your team or club should have a Social Media Policy to protect both your club and your members. This will get you started.
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NC State OIT 12h
Be Alert! The IRS has reported a surge in tax scams targeting individuals, businesses, payroll & HR pros, and even tax preparers. Many are phishing emails, phone calls, text messages, or instant messages. Get more tips at
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Sticky Password Feb 27
If you haven't gone through your privacy and security settings on Instagram recently, here's a helpful article.
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Tech @ SJCNY Feb 26
Do you know how websites and third parties are sharing your info?
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NC State OIT Feb 27
If you receive a phishy-looking email with a link you're warned to click urgently, hover your cursor over the link to view its real URL address. If the real URL looks inappropriate, forward the full email header to phishing@ncsu.edu. See:
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NC State OIT Feb 27
File your tax returns before April 15! Here's why: Imagine submitting your returns only to learn someone has already filed them. Narrow the scammers' window of opportunity and submit your return asap.
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d.moat Inc Feb 24
– You probably don’t think of that new internet-connected television as another computer in the house. But that’s exactly what it is & it needs cybersecurity protection.
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NatlCyberSecAlliance Feb 27
"We are more connected today than ever, but too often prioritize convenience over and that is starting to catch up with us, especially when it comes to our personal ," says Jeff Tassey . More on our blog ⬇️
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NatlCyberSecAlliance Feb 27
The Data Privacy Dictionary serves as a resource to enable a better understanding of global data privacy regulations & terms, says VP Global Marketing, each definition has concept examples & links to add'l resources.
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Cat Coode Feb 27
One of our most popular blogs: 6 movies that portray social media in a realistic way!
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NatlCyberSecAlliance 14h
Once you know how the law will impact your business, you will be better able to determine a strategy to operationalize CCPA compliance. Find out what steps recommends you to start taking today.
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NatlCyberSecAlliance 8h
You've probably heard of the and , right? While they both want to protect individuals’ rights, there are some major differences between the two. Check out the full breakdown courtesy of .
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Lorenzo H. Gómez 10h
As consumers add more connected devices to personal networks every day, risk is hitting close to home. House building Here are steps individuals can take to ensure personal .
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NatlCyberSecAlliance Feb 23
was on-site for Data Privacy Day where moderated a panel on "Going Beyond Privacy Compliance." Check out a recap, list of podcasts & add'l resources that could prove valuable for your organization.
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Riverchants 10h
Legal Issues Your Employees Need To Know About Data Privacy
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SecqureOne 16h
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