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Let's Talk About Your Passwords

For years, security experts have recommended complexity as a measure of strength. Your password should contain double-digit characters. Your password should contain symbols, numbers, and letters. Your password should utilize upper and lowercase letters. Shuffle in some randomness, change them periodically and finally, your password passes the minimal requirements of what is considered “secure.” But now your password is difficult to type and even harder to remember. Which would be

Inbound Marketing for eCommerce 101

The simplest way to describe inbound marketing is to use the old, familiar phrase “soft-sell”. You see, your audience is quite suspicious of all your hard-sell attempts, believing that your offer simply must be too good to be true (which is often the case). This is where inbound marketing comes in, offering a much subtler approach to this situation. Its main goal is not to persuade your audience to buy

Children and Technology: A Preventive Measure or an Invasion of Privacy?

In the “Arkangel” episode of the popular series Black Mirror, an overprotective mother decides to implant a chip in her daughter’s brain so she can use her tablet and an app to monitor everything her little girl sees and feels. This system, originally designed as a parental control app, allows the mom not only to see what her child sees, but also monitor her emotions and moods, and even “filter” images that

Making SEO Organic

Making SEO Organic When we think of the word organic our minds might wonder over to the thought of food. It is true that many food companies have taken on the word organic and made it their own. They have plundered this word for all that it is worth really. However, there are more ways to use organic in a sentence, and one of them has to do with organic

Smart Cities and Driverless Cars: The Road to Cybersecurity in 2018 and Beyond

In 1956, General Motors released a concept car called Firebird II. Its bold, futuristic, and practical style perfectly reflected its many progressive features. The exterior bodywork was 100% titanium, it had a 200hp output, it was the first car that used disc brakes on four wheels, and most importantly it was equipped with a sophisticated guidance system designed to interface with the highway of the future, where electrical wires in roads

DOWNLOAD: CyberSecurity for Dummies _By Thycotic

In our always-connected world where the private information of individuals and organizations is vulnerable to exposure and misuse, cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility because hackers or malicious threat actors who steal proprietary information don’t care about age, gender, race, culture, beliefs, or nationality. They probe your digital footprint and your Internet-connected computers based on opportunity, often seeking financial gain. Targeting Humans People are the number one target and cause of cybersecurity