2020 spawned a flurry of new cybercriminal activity, and it has continued into 2021. With a good deal of our workforce working remotely, cybercriminals see an opportunity which they are exploiting wildly.
Our modern world revolves around digital communications. It's critical to know that when you are texting a colleague, chatting with a friend, or collaborating with a team, all your communications are private and secure.
When we hear the term "hacker," we often picture a nefarious criminal sitting in front of a computer in a dark room with a hooded sweatshirt on.
Since the 1970s, crime has steadily decreased; however, that does not mean every place in America is safe to visit. The pandemic has spurred on a whole new crime wave that officials are struggling to keep up with.
Online dating has become hugely popular in recent years. When the COVID-19 pandemic threw us all a curveball, dating had to evolve along with it, and online dating became the go-to solution to meet new people and form relationships.
In the world of technology, there are some very odd names for things. Some of these terms that you may or may not have heard before are bots, spiders, and web crawlers.
This week Engadget reported a story about how Google is embroiled in a lawsuit because the company failed to adequately inform users about how their "Incognito" mode worked with the Google Chrome browser.
Few things are quite as exciting as getting to know a potential new love interest, and we do that through dating. Online dating is very popular, but sometimes we meet naturally while out in the world or by a connection through friends.