February 2014 Monthly Archives

California's Cybersecurity Crisis

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Around this time of year, it’s easy to dream of moving to sunny, warm California. While it was 12 degrees Fahrenheit today here in Chicago, it was 60 degrees and clear in Los Angeles. But the sunshine state has its challenges, too. According to this article published today in the San Jose Mercury News, there […]

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Cybersecurity at Sochi 2014

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Earlier this month, NBC news reporter Richard Engel created a stir by attempting to show how easy it is to get hacked in Russia. He reported that his phone was hacked while accessing WiFi at a coffee shop within 24 hours of arriving in Moscow. Visitors to the 2014 Sochi Winter Games may be left […]

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Happy Valentine's Day! Love, Keeper

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Ah, February 14th. To some, Hallmark nonsense. To others, a meaningful celebration of love. But no matter which camp you fall into, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to show the people close to you that you care for them, with or without the pink hearts. Show someone special that you’re looking out for them by […]

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2014 Cybersecurity News

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We’re one month in to 2014 and already there have been some high-profile password and data breaches that you should know about (if you don’t already). Here’s what’s new in cybersecurity world: Did you watch the Superbowl? If so, did you hack into the Metlife stadium’s internal security headquarters’ Wifi network? No? Well, you could […]

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