500 million people were affected in the recent Marriott hack. If you do any kind of traveling, business bookings, or more, chances are you were probably one of them. What the hackers managed to steal includes a combination of names, addresses, date of birth, passport information, and Starwood preferred Guest account information. That's a lot of data from 500 million users.
As many as 80% of people that reuse their username and passwords. Are you one of them? If so, you might want to read ahead to protect yourself.
Facebook has been hacked and now 50 million users may be vulnerable. While we don't know a whole lot about what caused the leak, it's a good idea to be proactive and take steps to protect your information.
Public Wi-Fi presents a huge danger to those who access it. While it may be convenient and comfortable to check your email at your favorite coffee shop, many public Wi-Fi hotspots lack security.
We hear about them often: data breaches. They happen to Yahoo, Target, Uber, eBay, JP Mogan & Chase, Equifax...the list can go on for pages. But what is a data breach? And how can we protect ourselves and our valuable personal data?