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Simple Facebook Security Controls

Simple Facebook Security Controls

Make Sure This Doesn’t Happen to Your Church’s Facebook Page One of they keys to successful communication is needing to listen to the person that you wish to talk to.  The same definitely holds true for Social Media. Social Media is about engaging other people online.  That engagement includes active listening, monitoring the conversations and […]

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5 Reasons You Should Be Following Facebook Security

There is a lot of talk lately about security on Facebook.

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Computer Security and Passwords

Weak passwords make data stored on your computer vulnerable. It is important to create and maintain secure passwords

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Wi-Fi security at public hotspots

Recently, a tool has been developed to sniff out insecure web connections at public Wi-Fi hotspots. Shocker? It shouldn’t be. For years, data has been passed ‘in the clear’, i.e. unencrypted.

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IT Security – Protecting us from evangelization?

Here’s an interesting article about IT security, “Breakin’ the Law: Corporate IT Policies and the Mobile Workforce“. The gist of it is – with more people working remotely, have IT security policies adapted enough to support their needs, or are they stifling productivity? The article then goes on to provide evidence that many tech workers […]

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Hacked! iTunes account compromised

Hacked! iTunes account compromised

After working on the web for almost 15 years, 12 of those working in Information Technology, and doing a considerable amount of work in computer forensics and security, you’d think I picked up a thing or two about how to protect yourself online. Nonetheless, I got hacked. Specifically, my Apple iTunes account was hacked. Synopsis […]

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