31 Spooky Days of Cybersecurity

October is Cybersecurity Month, and to celebrate, Heart posted a tip of the day to our Facebook page. We’ve decided to compile all those helpful tidbits into one post, so you can easily find and use these suggestions. Heart’s 31 Spooky Days of Cybersecurity 2016 You are an attractive target to hackers. Those who believe […]

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Is Someone Else Using Your Computer?

Living with another person–be that a roommate, significant other, child, or someone else–challenges you in more ways than one. One of those ways may be the use of your computer. Perhaps you don’t want your roommate stealing your study guides or you’ve grounded your son or daughter for misbehavior. Either way, someone’s accessing your device […]

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How Much is Your Hacked Account Worth?

Scanning through my daily newsfeed, my eyes swept to a Sophos article titled “What your hacked account is worth on the Dark Web.” This concept weighs on my mind from time to time. Perhaps it’s come to your mind as well. We constantly hear about hackers breaking into accounts on this site or cyber criminals […]

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Simple Cybersecurity Measures For Any Business

According to a 2015 press release by Small Business Committee, 71% of cyber attacks occur at business consisting of less than 100 employees. Does your business fall into this category? If so, you could be next! No one wishes for their company to be attacked. Thankfully, taking the proper steps helps prevent malicious online activity. […]

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Your Vacation Tech Guidelines

As the last few weeks of summer approach, families frantically plan for one final vacation getaway. As children grow older, parents realize that each break may be your last chance to take a family vacation. Sports camps, summer jobs, and spending time with friends becomes more of an importance to young people as puberty progresses. […]

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Digital Subscriptions: The Netflix of News

It’s no secret that the rise in technology and Internet usage has resulted in a decline in newspaper readership. Since this correlation was discovered, newspapers have been searching for ways to stay relevant. The numbers don’t lie: print newspapers are becoming less and less desired: News has recently been shifting towards the direction that many […]

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Putting Your Health Tracker to Good Use

Every Fitbit, Jawbone, and iWatch user is checking their steps, looking at their sleep patterns, and browsing other features custom to your health tracker. Besides looking at your tracker’s data, what are you doing with it? Probably nothing. Have you ever considered that this collected data could be helpful to your healthcare provider? Seeing your […]

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Cybersecurity: Why It Matters That You Care

Cybersecurity is booming. If you work in the technology industry, follow technology news, or, likely, if you whisper the word “technology,” you will be bombarded with information about online hackers, account safety, privacy, and cybersecurity. This gets exhausting. When we are constantly inundated with information about the same topic over and over again, regardless of […]

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