Should consumers be wary of these modern timesavers, such as Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa? A tech expert discusses the pros and cons of these devices and how they can become pervasive in your daily life.
The attackers accessed even more details on 14 million of those users, including the area where they live, their relationship status, their religion, and part of their search history.
It wasn’t the first, and probably won’t be the last, social media hoax you ever came across, but the most recent hoax involving Facebook accounts had many people worried about being hacked.
Mark Zuckerberg wants to think that his new portal thing isn’t going to spy on us.
The cascade of condemnation — from the Australian, British and Dutch governments — does more than just point the finger at Moscow. It also ties together a series of norm-shattering spy operations that have straddled the physical world and the digital sphere.
The company says hackers exploited the “View As” feature on the service. Facebook says it has taken steps to fix the security problem and alerted law enforcement.
Trying to decide between Ring and Nest as your new smart video doorbell? Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn compares the two and offers some other options.
If you’re ready to give, but you’re wondering if you can vet charities before you make a donation, Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn shares some online resources you can use.
A Romanian woman has pleaded guilty Thursday for the role she played in a ransomware attack that left more than a hundred D.C. police surveillance cameras inoperable just days before last year’s presidential inauguration.
Wondering if Google continues to track your location even if you’ve turned off the location history setting on your phone? Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn answers your questions.
A summary of the audit notes shows Metro has some control over sensitive information like names, addresses and credit cards, but that it may not be enough.
When it comes to the safety of your online banking transactions, it’s important to consider the device you’re using. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn gives the rundown on how to safely go mobile with your banking.
Nearly a year after Russian government hackers meddled in the 2016 U.S. election, researchers at cybersecurity firm Trend Micro zeroed in on a new sign of trouble: a group of suspect websites.
Anyone that relies on a website to conduct business online or offline should always be on the hunt for improved security and reliability. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn suggests looking into Cloudflare’s services.
With the growth of the wireless, connected world, thieves have been accessing key fobs, without the owner’s knowledge, to open garages and steal cars. Here’s what you can do to prevent theft.