Mobile Menace Monday: Securing your privacy on Android

If you work at a company that allows you to use your mobile device to login email, access company data, and/or connect to company Wi-Fi, you could be more of a risk than you think.

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Your ISP, browsing history, and what to do about it

In late March, Congress approved a bill lifting restrictions imposed on ISPs last year concerning what they could do with information such as customer browsing habits, app usage history, location data, and Social Security numbers. Given that the repealed restrictions hadn’t yet come into effect, the immediate impact of the new bill is somewhat unclear. But given what typically happens with massive stores of aggregated, location-specific customer data, the prognosis is not good.

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How do I secure my social media profile?

Quitting social media entirely can be unrealistic, or at least seriously unfun. So it’s important to take a moment to check out account settings before you start, to make absolutely sure you’re okay with the service’s default settings.

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Always read the EULAAARGH: Part 1

Part one of two blogs covering a talk given at IRISSCON in November 2016. How much do you really know about EULAs and Privacy Policies?

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Why do I care about someone else’s data breach?

As the size of your organization increases, the probability that an individual employee’s company email is in that breach rises to 1. So how do you go about plugging leaks? A three-point strategy can get you started.

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