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Digital Guardian: Data Security Experts Reveal the Biggest Mistakes Companies Makes with Data & Information Security

Our CTO Pavel Krčma provides his insight in the latest Digital Guardian article about the biggest mistakes companies make when it comes to their data & information security: Digital Guardian: “The biggest mistake companies make with data security can all be boiled down to…” Pavel: “Carelessness. Many companies don’t truly know the amount of information their […]

Geek News Central Interview During CES 2015 in Vegas with Sticky Password

We talked with Todd Cochrane at CES in Las Vegas: The ex-AVG team at Sticky Password have put together a comprehensive cross-platform password management solution. Here you can see the video interview with Todd who sits down with Tomas to learn more about Sticky Password: Original article can be found here: Sticky Password Password Manager at CES

Even More Facebook Safety Tips

In the tutorial last week, I showed you how to be safe on Facebook. Today, I’ll introduce you to two more extra security features – Login Notifications and Login Approvals. 1. Login Notifications Login Notifications are an extra security feature in Facebook. When you turn on Login Notifications, Facebook will send you an alert each […]

Being Safe on Facebook

If you’re using social media, then it’s more than likely that you have a Facebook account. (I know I do! ) Facebook is great for staying in touch with friends and family, but the security and privacy settings can be a little tricky. Every once in a while, the team at Facebook is known for […]

I Know Where Your Cat Lives and More Than You’d Like Me to Know

The folks at Data Privacy Day recently brought a couple of great items to our attention: cats, students and sex, drugs and rock and roll, and metadata. Talk about great content for blogging! Let’s face it, baby boomers had it easy. Everyone was drinking in dorms, smoking, hanging out with all sorts of characters that […]

What Do Your Online Patterns Say About You?

Kudos to Professor Jennifer Golbeck for an informative TED session. Her talk ‘The curly fry conundrum: Why social media “likes” say more than you might think‘ does a really nice job showing us that online privacy is about a lot more than the data you consciously and voluntarily put ‘out’ there. “So in my lab […]

Deleting Your Way to Online Privacy?

A few days ago, a columnist contacted us for an article about privacy. The question was pretty basic: how can people delete private stuff from the Internet? While the intention is good, we think the question is misdirected. One of the big problems with privacy online is that people think they are being anonymous while […]

Turnabout is Fair Play

In what is being billed as a free speech case, a girl from Minnesota wins a $70,000 settlement over her treatment at the hands of school administrators who made her tell them her Facebook password. Let’s take a look at what happened: A 6th grader writes on her facebook page that she ‘hates’ a school […]

So It’s Okay Then?

We pounced on the link as soon as we saw the headline: Admit it, You Don’t Care About Digital Privacy. By now, it’s almost intuitive that most people really don’t care that much about their privacy online. It’s not that they want someone snooping on them or knowing everything about them, but privacy is hard […]

Australian Govt Saying No To Privacy

The Australian Attorney-General’s office is pushing forward a new bill that would force individuals and service providers to decode any data intercepted them. In effect, suspects would be legally forced to incriminate themselves. Internet and other providers would be legally forced to reveal encrypted data their clients had thought was secure. And just as important, […]