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Top 5 Mistakes Ways People Leave Themselves Open to Compromise From Hackers [Infographic]

Top 5 Mistakes Ways People Leave Themselves Open to Compromise From Hackers [Infographic] | ciberpocket | Scoop.it

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Why You Should Care About Mobile Security [Infographic]

Why You Should Care About Mobile Security [Infographic] | ciberpocket | Scoop.it

 

Article by Neil DuPaul

 

The BYOD revolution. You’ve heard of it, you know it’s coming, some believe it’s already here. Is it inevitable? Will it change the way we do business? No matter what you believe, you need to understand the security threats that come along with BYOD and how to best protect yourself and your business against them. Join Joe Worker and Joe IT as we walk you through the basics of BYOD and mobile security!

 

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http://www.infosecisland.com/blogview/22567-Why-You-Should-Care-About-Mobile-Security-An-Infographic.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

 


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Mobile Phone Safety For Kids

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We all acknowledge the benefits of staying in touch with your children but have we taken all the measures to ensure they are protected against the most common risks? Take a look at the slideshow and find out how you can help your kids stay safe on their mobile.

 

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http://www.itsnotacon.co.uk/2012/09/06/mobile-phone-safety-for-kids/

 

 


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How hard is it to disconnect a country from the Internet, really?

How hard is it to disconnect a country from the Internet, really? | ciberpocket | Scoop.it

The key to the Internet's survival is the Internet's decentralization — and it's not uniform across the world. In some countries, international access to data and telecommunications services is heavily regulated. There may be only one or two companies who hold official licenses to carry voice and Internet traffic to and from the outside world, and they are required by law to mediate access for everyone else.

 

Under those circumstances, it's almost trivial for a government to issue an order that would take down the Internet. Make a few phone calls, or turn off power in a couple of central facilities, and you've (legally) disconnected the domestic Internet from the global Internet. Of course, this level of centralization also makes it much harder for the government to defend the nation's Internet infrastructure against a determined opponent, who knows they can do a lot of damage by hitting just a few targets.

 

With good reason, most countries have gradually moved towards more diversity in their Internet infrastructure over the last decade. Sometimes that happens all by itself, as a side effect of economic growth and market forces, as many different companies move into the market and compete to provide the cheapest international Internet access to the citizenry.

 

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http://www.renesys.com/blog/2012/11/could-it-happen-in-your-countr.shtml

 


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Twitter goes down for many, then right back up

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Twitter has gone down for many users, with a search of the site showing that a lot of users are complaining that they're getting the technical error message. It's down for all of the ...

 

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Is Public WiFi Safe? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Is Public WiFi Safe? [INFOGRAPHIC] | ciberpocket | Scoop.it
In the past year public Wi-Fi usage has gone up 240%, but the questions we should be asking: do we need to protect ourselves when we use it and how can be keep ourselves secure?

 

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Read also my FREE course where YOU will find advice about it and also a FREE program who allows YOU to surf secure here:

 

http://gustmeesen.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/beginners-it-security-guide/

 


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