Why Social Media is a Threat to Your Business

Social media is a great thing. Services such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube help connect friends, families, and even strangers around the world. But it’s well known that they pose an important threat to business owners. Let’s start with the basics. It’s true that access to these services can keep an employee stimulated and give […]

FCC to Help Protect Your Mobile Privacy

On my way to Prague last month, I decided to pick up May’s print volume of PC Today. Coincidentally, the entire volume was focused on security. The first article that caught my attention was about the Federal Communications Commission’s plans to help the victims of phone theft. The article goes on to say, “… when […]

California Looks to Fight Cybercrime

In August, the state of California created the nation’s largest e-crime unit, “a group of 20 investigators and prosecutors whose sole mission will be to thwart and prosecute cybercrimes like identity theft, Internet scams, computer theft, online child pornography and intellectual property theft across the state.” (source) While this all sounds fantastic, I strongly doubt […]

How Many Security Researchers Does It Take to Rob a Bank?

Thought I’d share something that made me laugh today. Moran Cerf talks about his work as a hacker who breaks into banks digitally. He reports these exploits to the bank and they pay him. Listen to his story as he attempts to break into a bank physically and everything goes wrong. With this story, Moran […]

Holiday Advisory: Safe Shopping Online

On Monday of this week, Malwarebytes sent out its first newsletter to our subscribed users. It was a huge milestone for us and it opened a new line of communication between our team and our customers. I was asked to provide an excerpt of advice for our customers shopping online this Holiday season and I […]