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Mobile World Congress 2015 Highlights: Day 1

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Our team has made it safely on the ground in Barcelona to discover and share the latest technology in the mobile industry.   Here are the top #MWC15 day 1 highlights: Huawei announced its Android Wear-powered device, the Huawei Watch.  It will have a sapphire glass screen, 6-axis motion sensor and a heart rate monitor Mozilla will be launching […]

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Uber Hacked, Takes GitHub to Court to Find Hackers

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Uber is now revealing that their database of over 50,000 drivers was hacked back in May, and they have subpoenaed GitHub to hand over IP addresses of the suspects. The lawsuit reads, “On or around May 12, 2014, from an IP address not associated with an Uber employee and otherwise unknown to Uber, John Doe used […]

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Lenovo’s Website Appears to Have Been Hacked by Lizard Squad

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Lenovo’s website was hacked yesterday. Just a week after it was announced that Lenovo was installing “Superfish” adware on its factory-fresh laptops, the Lizard Squad has hacked the Lenovo.com website and turned it into a slideshow of webcam images set to pop music.  This is the same group that took down the Playstation Network and Xbox Live […]

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Anthem Says Up To 18.8 Million Non-Customers Could Also Have Been Hacked

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Anthem is now estimating that between 8.8 and 18.8 million non-customers could also be victims in the data breach where hackers stole records with sensitive information.  Independent Blue Cross Blue Shield customers are the ones who are potentially affected.  Since Anthem is part of their network, Anthem holds all of their customer records in the […]

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LinkedIn Settles Lawsuit for $1.25 million over Weak Passwords

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Back in June of 2012, 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords were exposed on a Russian hacking site, and now LinkedIn is paying the price.  Customers made the case in court that LinkedIn had deceived them about the level of internet security that was being used to protect their passwords.  Up to 800,000 American users will be […]

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3 Secrets for Staying Safe Online in 2015

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2014 is known as the “year of data breaches.” Last year cyber attacks became front page news week after week. It’s unfortunate, but 3 in 4 Americans have fallen or will fall victim to hacking. So, what can we do to stop hackers? Quite simply, the biggest security vulnerability that exists is: the password. More […]

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Top Cyber Attacks of 2014 – What We Have Learned

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It’s been quite a year in cybersecurity. 2014 saw many high-profile hacks, leaks and breaches. The most recent attack on Sony was among a handful of massive data breaches this year including those against eBay, Home Depot and JPMorgan Chase. Ultimately, what we have learned is that cybersecurity is not an option. It is essential […]

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Holidays Are Here: Keeper is for Everyone on Your Nice List

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Like many of us, you may be on a strict budget this holiday season. And, affordable gift ideas for your nearest and dearest are hard to come by. So, give the gift that continues to give throughout the year: Keeper. Keeper makes for a great, unique, gift for anyone on your holiday shopping list. For […]

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Holiday Shopping and Cyber Security

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Tis the season, Keepies! The holidays are here, and that means it’s time to make that list and check it twice. Whether you’ll be shopping online or braving the crowds, it’s also the time of year to be extra careful with your financial information. This time last year, Target stores across the country were hit […]

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Happy Thanksgiving and Tips NOT to Get Holiday Hacked

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Happy (almost) Thanksgiving! We are thankful for all of our Keepies – you make us great and we hope you have a happy and safe Thanksgiving. We want to make sure you stay safe this holiday season. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday days away, we have some tips to NOT get holiday hacked. Now, […]

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