USB Drive Safety Highlighted by London Heathrow Security Lapse

Christopher Burgess / Nov 9, 2017

London’s Heathrow airport security plans for the Queen were found on a USB-drive on the street

There’s a Spy in Your Pocket – 6 Tips to Keep Your Cell Phone Safe

Jillian Hamilton / Oct 24, 2017

Whether you are downloading malware unknowingly or leaving your financial data open to hackers at a coffee shop, the opportunities for smartphones to be compromised continue to grow.

Malware Targets US Defense Contractors

Christopher Burgess / Oct 21, 2017

Defense contractors are being explicitly targeted by hostile entities, and the method is simple – a malicious email attachment.

Counterintelligence Briefings at the White House

Christopher Burgess / Oct 18, 2017

Counterintelligence briefings at the White House should never be once and done. They need to be continuously updated and refreshed as foreign adversaries target the leadership of the United States.

DoD Cybersecurity Put at Risk by International Defense Sales Pitch?

Christopher Burgess / Oct 5, 2017

Between insiders hauling suitcases of data out of the NSA to contractors sharing source code with Russia, a series of “own goals” is putting the DoD cybersecurity at risk.

4 Steps to Take If Your Identity Is Stolen

Lindy Kyzer / Sep 27, 2017

Regardless of when – or how – your information was breached, there are steps anyone can take if you find fraudulent, or delinquent accounts you didn’t create – on your credit report.

How to Protect Yourself From Hackers and Spies

John Davis / Sep 25, 2017

Never allow another person to know something online which you would not tell them personally. Never tell someone personally something they have no need to know.

How Bad are the Equifax and OPM Data Breaches?

Christopher Burgess / Sep 21, 2017

How do the Equifax and OPM data breaches compare, and what does it mean to you?