The country's biggest Internet service providers and advertising industry lobby groups are fighting to stop a proposed California law that would protect the privacy of broadband customers. AT&T, Comcast, Charter, Frontier, Sprint, Verizon, and some broadband lobby groups urged California state senators to vote against the proposed law in a letter Tuesday.
The Equifax data breach is already unnerving thanks to the sheer scale of sensitive data involved, but it's not helped by the credit reporting agency's initial response.
One of the largest security breaches ever has come to light today as Equifax revealed attackers used an exploit on its website to access records for 143 million US citizens and an unspecified number of UK and Canadian residents.
By Ian Paul Contributor, PCWorld -- AV-Comparatives recently released its round-up of the best security software for 2017 in two categories: anti-phishing and parental controls. It also released a breakdown of 15 free vs. paid antivirus solutions.
Simply having security cameras on your property isn’t going to keep you safe if they’re improperly setup, placed at the wrong location or if you’re using subpar equipment. Learn how you can avoid these mistakes and make sure you have a fully functioning security system in place.
The ability to keep your business safe is the top priority for businesses, and this includes keeping your security equipment safe from hackers looking to infiltrate and make use of your equipment.