Online Security

Worried About Online Security? Try a Password Manager

Matthew Held | Posted 05.28.2014 | Canada Business
Matthew Held

Hackers continue to be in the news. Security breaches continue to happen, whether that means breaking into companies or security holes in the software. What is the best way you can protect yourself? Perhaps, the smartest thing you can do is get a password manager and use it.

CRA Locks Down Website Amid Global Security Threat

The Huffington Post Canada | Daniel Tencer | Posted 04.09.2014 | Canada Business

Canada Revenue Agency has shut down public access to its tax-filing data amid reports of a major security flaw in a commonly used code for login servi...

Internet Safety Begins at Home

Samantha Kemp-Jackson | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Samantha Kemp-Jackson

It's a brave new world in which we're living and digital technology has upped the ante in the parenting realm. As parents of younger children as well as tweens and adolescents, we have to take the digital world seriously. Our children's safety is at stake.

Four Tips For Safe Online Shopping

Jeff Barto | Posted 07.07.2013 | Canada Business
Jeff Barto

One and a half million people are victims of cybercrime everyday -- that's 18 incidents per second! While we can't protect the contents of your wallet from your own online spending, we can help protect it from the hands of thieves. Here are some tips to ensure you have a pleasant and safe online shopping experience.

Surfing the Web's Like Driving a Car: Buckle Up Your Info

Larry Keating | Posted 01.21.2013 | Canada Business
Larry Keating

We wouldn't let our children, our most important personal assets, drive around without a seat belt. But we still resist the idea that an appropriate amount of effort and investment is critical in securing our most important business asset, our information. To a hacker, your system password alone is as about as good as wrapping your data in a big red bow.

Why Should We Be at the Mercy of Anonymous' "Lulz"?

Daniel Alexandre Portoraro | Posted 11.05.2012 | Canada
Daniel Alexandre Portoraro

Anonymous sub-group Anti-Sec supposedly holds in its hands 12-million Apple user IDs it acquired from hacking. The hacktivist group refuses to release the IDs until -- wait for it -- Adrien Chen of Gawker poses on the front page of the site in a ballet tutu with a shoe on top of his head. It remains to be seen whether Anonymous does have anything to give the public it strives to supposedly protect, or whether this was just another one of their pranks done "for the lulz," that is to say, for the stroking of their own vanity.

Critics Blast Google's Bold New Print Ad Campaign

CP | Michael Liedtke, The Associated Press | Posted 03.17.2012 | Canada Business

SAN FRANCISCO - Google is focusing on the importance of protecting personal information in an unusual marketing campaign for a company that has been b...

Want To Avoid Getting Scammed This Year? Watch Out For These Bad Boys

CBC | Posted 03.05.2012 | Canada Living

The Better Business Bureau has released its list of the top 10 scams of 2012, warning scammers are capitalizing by using false pretences ...