Your phone knows more about you than your computer does, but do you do enough to protect it?

The 70% increase in smartphone usage during the current pandemic raises many security and privacy concerns. A cybersecurity expert provides his insights about what’s at stake and how users can avoid the risks in the article below “Scary things your smartphone knows about you”, which is also attached to this email for your convenience

Survey reveals that women do more to protect themselves online

Today is World Password Day! The best way to celebrate is to upgrade your passwords. Let's face it, sometimes you keep your email or bank password for quite some time. With so many companies being vulnerable there is a great probability that your password is expossed in the black web, hence good cyber hygiene is … Continue reading Survey reveals that women do more to protect themselves online

With help of reports, IT leaders could analyze end-user issues and needs, to be responsive and implement solutions – a collab with @ComputerWorld

I feel so honored to collaborate with Computer World. Along with 10 other influencers of the Information Technology industry, we provide advice on how IT can improve the relationship with their End Users. My opinion is stated below: Technology Helping Technology Systems Engineer Martha Cisneros points out that data from help desk solutions can be brought to … Continue reading With help of reports, IT leaders could analyze end-user issues and needs, to be responsive and implement solutions – a collab with @ComputerWorld

Please, do not share your passwords over an open wireless network.

Would you share the keys to your house to a complete stranger? Well, I thought I was never going to do it, but I did. Moreover, I am not talking literally about the keys to my real house, but rather to the essentials of my digital life, meaning the password of my email account. At … Continue reading Please, do not share your passwords over an open wireless network.