Are you feeling overwhelmed by the number of passwords you're forced to remember? Join the club! It's infuriating how complicated they are and how frequently we're forced to change them. But password complexity is absolutely critical these days, as shown by the growing number of online data breeches—which in the case of the Equifax breach, exposed nearly 150 million U.S. consumers. So why are we so bad at coming up with strong passwords? Our team helps you understand our password hate using mixed reality. From NBC Left Field.
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When it comes to computers, Microsoft is a brand that we all know and love. But does this tech company deserve our trust? From TheTalko.
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The drive towards a cashless society may eventually eliminate cash-based crimes, but there are myriad ways our digital life can be exploited by criminals and even governments. Fraud, transaction laundering, hacking - the digitisation of commerce and banking has left us vulnerable in new ways. Martin Wolf, the FT’s chief economics commentator, tells us why going cashless isn’t the answer to preventing crime. Visit the Transact hub for more information: https://transact.ft.com/en-gb/?play=c... From FT Transact.
The medical industry is the new No. 1 target for hackers, and almost all U.S. health care organizations have reported at least one cyberattack. For "CBSN: On Assignment," CBS News correspondent Reena Ninan visits an upstate New York hospital where hackers took down the computer system for six weeks. From CBS This Morning.
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CNN Tech's Samuel Burke walks you through the steps you can take to protect yourself from being hacked. From CNNMoney.
While accusations of Russian hacking have dominated the news ever since the election, we have been involved in a strategic game of cyber warfare with the country for quite a while, according to David Kennedy, a former cyber security expert with the US Marine Corps. Here's a quick explanation of what's really going on and what Russia ultimately wants to gain from all of this. From Tech Insider.
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