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Google's Mark Risher: We've never abused your 2FA data

There's arguably no company that knows more about e-mail security than Google. Its online account, primarily tied to its e-mail service, Gmail, is used by more than a billion people to log into a myriad of other online services.  The company
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Here's how to set up a VPN and protect your data

On today's internet, having at least some level of protection is essential. A VPN or virtual private network is a tool to get an extra layer of protection — it essentially masks your connection while encrypting your data. The best part is you
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Amazon investigates suspected data leaks by bribed employees

Amazon is investigating whether employees are being bribed to leak company data to sellers, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. Employees have been allegedly handing over confidential information like search optimisation data to
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Your Recruiting Data Is BS

I could not control laughing when I had an executive and business leader tell me this while I was presenting his teams recruiting performance against industry standards. It was somewhat of a self-defense mechanism, but at that time a laugh...
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If you want the fastest data speeds, get a new Android, not an iPhone

Apple's iPhone X is one of the most advanced smartphones you can buy, successfully combining an edge-to-edge display, best-in-class cameras, fast performance, and a secure operating system into a stunning glass and metal sandwich. But for all of the
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Voters' data was left exposed online because of course it was

Sure, our ballot may be secret. But our voter data? Yeah, not so much. Our most recent reminder of this disconcerting truth: Bob Diachenko, a self-described cybersecurity enthusiast who works for an IT development firm, discovered an online database