We all have and spend money every day. How secure are the different methods of holding and spending money and who can track my spending? This week is part 1 of 2 where I cover physical methods of payment.
From the 10 year challenge to FaceApp, companies continue to gather facial and aging data of billions of people who willingly hand it over for free. Why do these companies and governments want it and what could they do with it?
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) can be a powerful tool to maintain privacy online but there are some things to consider when choosing one. This week I discuss how VPNs work, when to use one and considerations when choosing a provider.
The word “Hacker” might be a bad word to some but there are different sides to the hacker community. In this episode I talk with a cybersecurity analyst and ethical hacker about the white hat hacker community and how they help protect us all.
One of the best methods of authentication these days is called multi-factor authentication (MFA), also known as two-factor authentication (2FA). This week I explain the different types and how they work.
Apple announced some major privacy and security enhancements to new and existing products that will change the security landscape for all of us. In this episode I explain how they work and why they are so important to all of our security.
Passwords can be a painful topic for many of us. This week I offer some solutions to help ease the pain and I share some rules I like to follow. I also offer a glimpse of hope in the future of authentication.