Use Your Password Manager for Security Answers, Too

Use Your Password Manager for Security Answers, Too

It’s been a while since I’ve had to type in some stupid answer to a made-up question when creating an account on a new service. You know what I’m talking about: Forget your password, and you can regain access to your account by typing in the name of your firs…

NYC’s security app is ready to protect your phone

You now have your chance to see just how well a New York City-backed mobile security app works in practice: the metropolis (and its tech partner Zimperium) has released NYC Secure for both Android and iOS. As promised, the free software can detect threats dev…

California’s new laws bolster security for connected devices

California just raised the baseline for security in the Internet of Things… to a degree. Governor Jerry Brown has signed very similar Assembly and Senate bills that require hardware makers to include “reasonable” security measures for connected devices. All…

Facebook Wins, Facebook Losses, and More Security News This Week

The Facebook breach, 3-D printed guns on Broadway, and more security news this week.

How to Remove Your Phone Number From Facebook

This week a TechCrunch article revealed that Facebook is using phone numbers users have provided as a security measure for two-factor authentication as a way to send targeted ads to those users. Read more…

Everything you need to know about Facebook’s data breach affecting 50M users

Facebook is cleaning up after a major security incident exposed the account data of millions of users. What’s already been a rocky year after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the company is scrambling to regain its users trust after another security incident …

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