Data Privacy Day is January 28, 2012 Privacy is our shared responsibility! Do your part. Participate in Data Privacy Day by educating students or parents, training employees, hosting an event or sponsoring DPD. In honor of Data Privacy Day, here are 5 tips on how you can keep your data safe: Have a … Read more about Data Privacy Day – January 28, 2012
One of the first steps to your WordPress security is using a strong password for your WordPress blogs. In addition, you must also use strong passwords anywhere else you log-in online, including your gmail, Twitter, Facebook, bank, PayPal etc. Your passwords need to be unique (never use the same one … Read more about LastPass Security Incident – Are You Storing Your WordPress Passwords?
UPDATE: We have received another Skype alert. On October 8, 2012 a new virus affecting Skype users was discovered and it’s being reported all over the Web, including CNET, and Mashable. We have had reports from people receiving malicious Skype messages from their business partners, and even their … Read more about Skype Scam Alert – Fake Virus Call from System Alert
SC Magazine Honors Go Daddy as "Best Security Team" SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Feb. 16, 2011) Many people know about Go Daddy's reputation for racy Super Bowl commercials, but few know the world's top *Web hosting provider is also a powerhouse when it comes to keeping people safe on the Internet - … Read more about Go Daddy Online Security Team Wins Global Award For Excellence
Although this is not a WordPress issue, we want to inform our readers about a hacker attack on Twitter today. Breaking News: Twitter Hacked by #TurkishHacker? On Monday, May 10, 2010, we noticed several tweets to the hashtag of #TurkishHacker. These indicated that a malicious hacker has hacked … Read more about Twitter Just Hacked? Removed Followers and Following to 0
After reading the headlines about the TJX hacker being found guilty and sentenced to 20 years in prison on March 25, 2010, it didn't leave me with a warm, fuzzy feeling. Why? Because of whom he worked for, why he did it and how many more are out there. Albert Gonzalez, known as the "TJX Hacker," … Read more about Largest-ever U.S. Prison Sentence for the TJX Hacker. Is it Justice?