Despite online dating profiles that said they were seeking love online, they never existed. They were fake personas created as part of an elaborate scheme run out of Africa to con hundreds of thousands of dollars from vulnerable Americans
For decades, the U.S. has been a target for hostile foreign intelligence agencies in Russia and China. But now, officials are concerned that those adversaries are joining forces to chip away at American global dominance.
People who use Google Chrome can download the Password Checkup extension, which will monitor their various website logins. The extension was designed with cryptography experts at Stanford University and Google.
Ken Colburn from the Data Doctors lays out the best ways to protect yourself from falling victim to an SMS scam, starting with how to recognize one.
A newly discovered bug in Apple’s FaceTime software lets Apple users listen in on the people they are calling, and even see through their front-facing camera, without them picking-up the call.
The four U.S. senators who represent Maryland and Virginia are raising concerns that spies could potentially infiltrate Metro if the transit agency decides to buy rail cars from China.
Data breaches are all too common now. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn shares some useful tools to help you find out which of your email addresses and passwords have been compromised.
The Democratic National Committee alleges it was among the intended victims of a widespread cyberattack that was detected days after the 2018 midterm elections, according to court documents filed overnight.
Email continues to be the most common communication channel for small businesses to interact with their clients, but it’s also one of the least secure. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn has advice on your email encryption needs.
There are a number of reasons for using a Virtual Private Network (VPN), especially for mobile devices, such as laptops, smartphones and tablets. Data Doctors’ Ken Colburn breaks it down.
When Facebook announced its latest privacy-related blunder last Friday, one detail alarmed users: third-party apps could have accessed photos that were never even posted.
USB keys are the next step in the back-and-forth between cybercriminals and those who try to foil them. Ken Colburn, of the Data Doctors, explains what it entails.
The Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. authorities arrested Meng as part of an investigation into whether Huawei violated sanctions on Iran.
The Marriott International data breach on Friday affected up to 500 million customers — larger than the entire U.S. population — but it’s not the latest large-scale hack to hit a corporation.
What to do with an old phone? You can sell it or recycle it, but in a new experiment done by a data recovery company, those choices may have serious security complications if done improperly.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.