Articles tagged with: security
Windows 10 update 1903
Microsoft is slowing rolling out a new feature update that will be coming to all Windows 10 computers. This specific update, feature update 1903, will be upgrading the operating system (OS) of computers to fix security vulnerabilities as well as to bring new features to Windows 10. The following are a few of the updates [ Read More ]
State of Security – Cyber Security Awareness Month 2017
The State of Security 2017 October is the first full month of fall (and sometimes even feels like it), National Pizza Month, National Dental Hygiene Month (so brush your teeth after you finish your pizza) and National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. I would prefer to write about pizza, but since I work in IT, it think [ Read More ]
Congress repeals FCC privacy rules, but what does it mean for me?
Last month the US Congress passed legislation, subsequently signed into law by the president, that repeals rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last October. But what has changed? Why is there outrage about this new privacy bill?! Why should I care? In October 2016 the FCC adopted rules regarding Internet Service Providers (ISPs) [ Read More ]
Avoiding Tech Support Scammers – The Latest in Phishing Scams
Avoiding Tech Support Scammers – The Latest in Phishing Scams Scammers do not just send fraudulent emails. They might try to call you on the phone and claim to be from Microsoft or any other legitimate business. They might also setup websites with persistent pop-ups to get you to call a number to fix the [ Read More ]
I posted to Facebook and you would never guess what happened next.
Most of us have some type of social media account, be it Facebook, Pintrest, Snapchat, or whatever the newest social media craze is. Social media has changed how we interact and get information. You can “like” a news outlet page, “befriend” a celebrity, or even “follow” a fictional character. Social media has become a way [ Read More ]