By Richard Stokes We last wrote a tip on public Wi-Fi back in 2015, so it’s time to revisit the topic again because free Wi-Fi is now everywhere (hotels, airports, coffee shops, restaurants, etc.). There are also a lot of different schools of thought on how safe they are and whether we really need to…

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by Richard Stokes Every other day it seems like there’s some new story about a website getting cracked, a person’s identity getting stolen or a public figure’s email account getting compromised and their electronic correspondence getting released. Most people still think it will never happen to them but as their connections to the cyber world…

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by Tony Rushin Upon returning from my recent vacation, I discovered that Flipboard had identified several interesting articles for me while I was away. After reading Matt Honan’s “How Apple and Amazon Security Flaws Led to My Epic Hacking” from wired.com, I made another important discovery – it was high time for me to look…

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by David Gracey Every week brings national news of yet another corporate security breach costing the company hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages and fines.  With the vast resources spent on protecting the IT infrastructure of Fortune 500 companies, how is the small business supposed to protect itself on a limited budget?  The answer…

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As I stated in my last blog, Password Safe was recommended at the ABA Techshow 2011 Conference – 60 Tips in 60 Minutes presentation by Dominic Jaar, National Leader for Information Management & E-Discovery at KPMG Canada.  I’ve been using Password Safe for a few weeks; it has performed great. Password Safe is a simple-to-use…

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