Background Checks for Online Dating

Meeting people online today is as normal as waking up in the morning. Many relationships start on the internet and the old days of meeting through mutual friends are much less common. While online dating can be exciting, it’s also important you keep yourself safe from catfishing. Being catfished means you are being tricked into a […]

Surge in Workplace Security

Potential Surge in Workplace Violence on the Horizon? In March of 2020, thousands of employees were sent home from the office and forced to work from home due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.  They were uprooted from their norm and forced into isolation, only communicating with coworkers and management via Zoom.  Now that life is slowly […]

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Phishing Tips to Keep You Secure From Scams You’ve been on the internet for a while, so odds are you know how to spot a dodgy email. While you’re probably able to flag the infamous Nigerian Prince scam, you may find it harder to catch the more sophisticated phishing attacks that come your way. Phishing, […]

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US State Department suffers cyberattack August 25, 2021 KEYWORDS cyber security / Government Security / information security / risk management Order Reprints Though not officially confirmed, the U.S. State Department was reportedly a victim of a cyberattack.  The attack led the Department of Defense Cyber Command to send out notifications of this possible security breach, Infosecurity Magazine reports. In a series of tweets, Fox News […]

Apps to monitor kids’ online activity

5 of the best parental control apps to monitor kids’ online activity. The parental control software market is big business — forecast to reach $9.5 billion globally by 2023, with North America leading the way. That means parents are taking the responsibility to safeguard their children’s online safety seriously. If you’re looking to monitor your child’s […]

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Let’s face it. Cybercriminals are smart. They’re aggressive, persistent, and opportunistic. They can sniff out an open port—a device running outdated software—and use it to invade the network. With cyberattacks on the rise, companies need to continually assess threats and adjust their cybersecurity posture accordingly. So, who decides what cybersecurity policies and procedures to implement […]

Executive protection has gone digital

In recent years, the Internet and social media have devolved into a virtual minefield for corporate executives. The pandemic and sociopolitical unrest of 2020 further accelerated the trend, leading to more nastiness and threats than ever. Against this changing backdrop, the field of executive protection has been expanding and redefining itself in real-time. Today, VIP […]