Internet of Things (IoT) devices might secure you against street crime but they don’t do a great job guarding you against privacy invasions. This article explains some of those privacy concerns and how to fix them. Let’s start by looking at the ways that IoT devices can breach your privacy, and how to avoid them.
As a Windows user, you have three possible paths regarding system security. You can use the built-in Windows Security suite, install third-party security software, or ignore security altogether. The path you take is crucial. Windows Security (formerly Windows Defender) is better than it has ever been. As a default security option, you’re in safe hands.
We have all the tips, tricks, and tutorials you’ll need to master your inbox and overcome stress. Keep reading to effortlessly level up your productivity and security with email. We’re well into the 21st century, yet email is still engrained in daily life. No matter how much you might want to, you just can’t escape
Google Chrome is the world’s most popular web browser. But it isn’t the world’s most private browser—not by a long shot. Chrome receives consistently poor reviews regarding its approach to privacy. As the world’s largest advertising company, Google is a prime position to exploit the millions of Chrome users around the globe. Thankfully, you can
With the number of data breaches, phishing attacks, and other digital threats facing us today, you need to know how to stay secure when using technology. Check these free online guides to understand digital security and protect your privacy. Miscreants try to infiltrate your systems through various channels, such as your browser, phone, emails, and
TikTok is a popular app for watching and sharing short videos, usually set to music. It has followed in the footsteps of Vine as somewhere to post and watch quick, funny videos. However, recently concerns have been raised about whether the app is secure. We’ll explain what these concerns are, then cover what steps you