Three things campaigns should learn from Mueller investigation, says Chime’s head of application and infrastructure security: Protect accounts with two-factor authentication, use “least privilege,” and beware of Mimikatz.
Amazon’s Ring says its connected-doorbell devices are building “safer neighborhoods.” Follow these steps to better protect the data (and video) they collect from hackers and partners.
“Disney did not use any of the best practices that can protect users,” GroupSense’s CEO says. It’s largely to blame for Disney+ credentials selling on the Dark Web at a premium.
Do you use a code-generating app from Google, Microsoft, LastPass, or Authy that supports multiple services? Migrating it to your new Android or iOS device requires a few steps.
Major sites and browser vendors are increasingly supporting physical two-step authentication keys, known as U2F keys. Could they remedy your account security anxiety?
The WebAuthn authentication protocol, backed by Google, Microsoft, PayPal, and others (but notably not Apple), uses physical second factors like phones, and supports biometrics.
Channel those feelings you have about getting hacked in 2017. To better secure your digital life in 2018, make a resolution to follow these seven steps, garnered from how-tos we’ve published this year.
The tech in Google’s Advanced Protection Program for high-profile targets is widely available. Here’s how to use a YubiKey to better resist account hacks.
Is there a difference between computer security in your home versus in a small business? Absolutely, says the founder of Townsquared. But it’s not as big as you might think.