Celebrity security details can range from a personal bodyguard at all times all the way to employing facial recognition at their concerts.
The facial recognition cameras are secured to lampposts and are also mounted to vans for mobility.
The Wall Street Journal went on an investigative journey into the world of Amazon sellers from China to see how their products...
According to an update from Amazon about the new API, people can say "Alexa, arm" or "Alexa, disarm.
The agreements were intended to push the rapid user growth of Facebook and raise its advertising value.
Researchers from Amnesty International published a report that highlights recent phishing operation that is hacking accounts in the Middle East and Africa.
The complaint filed with the FTC says apps within the Family section of Google Play show targeted ads, inappropriate ads, and content...
Those links could lead to a dummy Facebook page designed to get you to divulge personal information.
It's important to note that this issue had less to do with the actual Nest camera as it did with a leaked...
If you're not familiar with the dark web, well, let's just say it's probably better that you stay away from such things.
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The San Diego Unified School District says they have sent emails to all potentially impacted individuals.
This Netflix phishing scam warning came from the Federal Trade Commission.
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The virus spread through the Tribune publishing network and infected systems used in news production and the printing process.
This new research says that 42.55% of free apps on the Play Store can share your data with Facebook, even without an...
The 4K Ultra HD Video Security Systems will be available in 8-Channel and 16-Channel sets for complete visual coverage indoors and outdoors...
The Chinese government is using “Big Brother” tactics by implementing a social media credit system.
There are a lot of measures you can take that are pretty obvious and also readily available to you from most security...
Security gets worse and worse until a certain maximum is reached (the top of the bell curve), after which it tends to...
According to Google Canada, a recent survey has 20% of Canadians giving themselves a failing grade when it comes to online security.
The extension will let you know if the password you're currently using for a specific site is compromised.
The Plume software is also supposed to provide users with Wi-Fi roaming performance enhancements and Wired Backhaul support.
Senator Ron Wyden isn't only pitching jail time but also billions of dollars in fines on companies and executives who enable privacy...
The bill was introduced due to the throttling issue California firefighters had while battling wildfires.
The U.S. is encouraging other nations to accept their word that the company could potentially spy on behalf of the Chinese government.
So what can companies do to provide a great customer experience but still take steps to avoid exposing customer data?
Some users may have skipped the Nest Secure had they known it contained a microphone.