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Cybrary’s TLDR on GDPR

GDPR – Let’s do this… On May 25th, 2018 a new privacy law goes into effect across the European Union (EU). It is called GDPR or General Data Protection Regulation. Any company that does business in the EU is required to adhere to GDPR. As a cyber

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Cyber Pop: Biohacking

In the not so distant past, opening doors with a wave of our hand seemed like something you’d see only in a Harry Potter film. Now, with biohacking, this ability has become possible. We are modifying human bodies to meet our technological needs. By embedding a microchip

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Cyber Pop: Pretty Good Privacy

Privacy is a topic that the security community can never give too much attention. To. For those with an online presence, it is especially important to consider who has access to your information. One common method for doing so through an encryption method called Pretty Good Privacy

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UNM4SK3D: FCC, WhatsApp, and GiftGhost

UNM4SK3D: FCC, WhatsApp, and GiftGhost

#privacyrules Ladies and gentlemen, start your VPNs. As of March 28th, the House of Representatives and the Senate agreed to repeal the FCC’s recent privacy rules. And while those rules still need President Trump’s likely signature, many are rushing to Google ‘Private network how-tos,’ with VPN subscriptions

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The Many Faces of Social Media: The Good, Profitable and Ugly

The Many Faces of Social Media: The Good, Profitable and Ugly

This next to last post in the series begun a few weeks ago on “How to be an Educated Consumer of Online Information” covers the vast topic of social media. It’s so vast in fact, that apart from a general overview of this particular communications channel, I’ll

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S3SS10N Wednesday – Cellphone Search and Seizure Laws

S3SS10N Wednesday – Cellphone Search and Seizure Laws

Whiteboard Notes (Click the picture below to open in a new tab) The Supreme Court Decisions of Riley v. California and U.S. v. Wurie (seizure of cell phones and search of cell phone data incident to arrest). These cases limit the ability of law enforcement to view

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