• Let me share a horror story with you: A client called us up in a panic. She had left her iOS device on a plane after a red-eye flight! Her only course of action was to frantically call her bank, credit card companies, and reset every password she has. None of her data was secured. To help you prevent this same catastrophe, we’re following up our Android security article with one for iPhones.

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  • The number one concern voiced to me about Facebook is security. Your personal and professional data is splashed all over this profile or that page. Even though social media is all about sharing, you want to make sure you’re not over sharing – especially potentially sensitive information.

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  • An anti-virus is your defense against all the maliciousness that floats around the Internet. But just like the cold and flu germs that are more vicious than ever, computer viruses are getting around these defenses with increasing regularity. So who can you trust?

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  • Protect Yourself:  Wireless SecurityWhen I search for wireless connections with my laptop, I’m always shocked at how many networks come up with full access. You wouldn’t invite some random stranger to prowl around your home, so don’t let them poke around your network and Internet. Be sure you’re secure.

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  • So many programs, so much money!  There you are stuck with all these files and ideas with no easy way to save, share, or protect them without lightening your wallet, right?

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  • Hi Everyone! This 2 Minute QuickTips video briefly covers some best practices when creating and managing secure passwords.

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  • I’m asked about security when browsing the Internet on almost a daily basis. You may have accidentally installed some sort of fake antivirus by clicking on a scareware or phishing link. You may have been inadvertently forwarded to a pornographic or shady website. Then again, you may have had your credit card stolen. Regardless of how Internet savvy you are, everyone is susceptible to security flaws when browsing the web.

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  • As about half of you who have smartphones probably use Apple’s iPhone, you are pretty familiar with how easy it is to connect to the multitude of AT&T public Wi-Fi networks around. If you’re traveling for work, or just hanging out at your local coffee shop, you’re likely to be checking your Facebook or Twitter updates or replying to some business emails before that big sales meeting in the morning. Under normal circumstances, you shouldn’t have to worry about some random hacker hijacking your smartphone.

    Unfortunately, that’s not the case!

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