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Are Today's Cameras Cybersecure? 10 Tips to Avoid Camera Hacking

Computer webcams, home security systems, and baby and pet monitors allow us to stay connected 24/7. These camera-enabled devices allow us to video chat with family members and work contacts and keep tabs on the safety of our homes, pets, and children with ease. But all this connectivity opens us up to some serious vulnerabilities. Cyber hackers can gain access to some of our most intimate moments if we don't take the proper precautions. Thankfully, there are ways to protect ourselves-beyond covering your…


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Cybersecurity and Hacking Concerns for Today’s Cars and Tomorrow’s Driverless Vehicles

In the next few decades, driving your car to work may be a thing of the past. Partly and completely autonomous vehicles are projected to take over the market, reduce automobile accidents, save us precious time, and keep us even more connected at all times. But with this major technological advancement, comes some new cybersecurity risks. While many of us may brush the threat of vehicle hacking under the rug now, many of these threats apply to cars already on the road. Hackers can access vehicle networks a…


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The Most Important Ways to Protect Your Privacy on Facebook

Facebook opens us to a world of communication with friends and family, networking and marketing with businesses, and real-time local, national, and international news. But with all this information and interaction overload, comes some serious risks to your personal privacy. Whenever a new user signs up on its platform, Facebook collects a host of details including contact information, where you are, what you like and share, the frequency and duration of your activities, and more. Even though Facebook offe…


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Hold the Phone: What You Should Know About Mobile Device Forensics

Tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices aren't exactly novelties. Nine in 10 Americans own a cell phone, half of which are smartphones. With all that capability right at our fingers, these devices have created new legal challenges. Digital forensic examiners have experienced an uptick in requests to examine mobile device data, but finalizing search guidelines is complicated. Why? Because technology - especially in the realm of mobile devices - changes rapidly and regularly. Not only are there a lar…


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The Irony of Privacy Settings: Can Lawyers Use Social Media Posts in a Court of Law?

The Irony of Privacy Settings: Can Lawyers Use Social Media Posts in a Court of Law?