Here's What Chrome's New Security Warnings Actually Mean

Here’s What Chrome’s New Security Warnings Actually Mean

Chrome fans might have noticed a little change in their browsers today. Assuming you’re running Chrome’s latest iteration, version 68, you’ll now see a big “not secure” button in the address bar whenever you pull up a website that starts with http:// instead …

Senate Intel Committee gives Homeland Security its election security wish list

In a press conference today, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence presented its urgent recommendations for protecting election systems as the U.S. moves toward midterm elections later this year. “Currently we have an election upon us, and the past tell…

Diversity and inclusion, data privacy and security ops will be on everyone’s mind at RSA

Monzy Merza Contributor Monzy Merza is the chief security evangelist at Splunk. More posts by this contributor The four cybersecurity terms everyone is talking about at Black Hat This week, 50,000 security professionals will descend upon San Francisco for the…

How to Set Up Smart Lighting and Wireless Security Cameras

It’s time to upgrade your simple home into a smart home, people! It’s way easier to do than you think. We’re continuing our Homehackers video series by going over smart lighting, smart switches, and wireless security cameras. Read more…

How to Get a Secret Engagement Ring Through Airport Security

It’s “proposal season,” as much as such a thing exists. And if you plan a surprise proposal during your next trip, you don’t want to expose the engagement ring to your partner while you both go through airport security. So you need to pack it carefully. Read …

Beef up Your Chrome Security With These Extensions

Google Chrome comes with its own built-in security measures to warn you about dangerous websites and weed out phishing scams, but it never hurts to have more (or better) safeguards when you’re browsing. Read more…

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