Data privacy is a fundamental right. When you engage in online activity or share your data with a company who has requested it to provide products or services, you have the right to trust that your personal data will be handled with care and safeguarded against misuse. At the very least, you should have the right to be informed when your personal data will be, is being, or has been, collected and shared.
From the time you joined the U.S. armed forces and solemnly swore to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic, the military has prepared you to fulfill that mission. You are armed with the training, knowledge, skills, and weapons to launch an effective defense against enemy forces. … Continue reading Operation Data Privacy Defense
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for holiday shopping and getting the best deals on the latest tech gadgets and gear. According to the 2020 U.S. Retail Holiday Trends Guide, the holiday shopping season will begin earlier this year. Brick-and-mortar sales will be down due to COVID and online retail sales … Continue reading Stranger Danger: Kids and Risky IoT Devices
Four years ago, Americans across the country were preparing to cast their ballots for the 45th President of the United States. The 2016 election not only spawned unconventional and divisive campaigns that led to a stunning upset but also features the kind of cloak-and-dagger stuff that movies are made of. In fact, a movie was … Continue reading Why You Need to Watch the Great Hack
On September 9, Netflix aired a documentary-drama that provides insight into the impact social media has had and continues to have on society. “The Social Dilemma,” directed by Jeff Orlowski, is designed to provoke thoughts, questions – and hopefully actions – that every member of society should be pausing to consider when they use social … Continue reading The Social Dilemma