• The importance of two-factor authentication

    Two-factor authentication is an important tool to keep your online accounts safe. It’s a jargony term but the process is actually very simple to set up and use. In a sense it’s a double lock. For instance with an email or social media account the first lock is your password and the second lock is the two-factor authentication code you set up. Most online services and email providers offer two-factor authentication whether it’s Amazon, eBay, Groupon, Ikea, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Google and Instagram.
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    Filed under: Internet Security
  • Which? investigates smart homes… and isn’t happy with what it finds

    UK consumer organisation Which? is well known for its impartial but rigorous evaluations of all manner of products from fridges to cars, computers and toys. Recently it turned its gaze on the smart home and many won’t be surprised by its conclusions.
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    Filed under: IoT
  • How to guard against cyber stalkers

    It’s easy to dismiss cyber stalkers as online pests but their actions can easily traumatise victims. A stalker can mark every online move of their target or ahead of hooking up with someone learn about their every like and dislike. Even someone trying to end a relationship, or someone who has been dumped, can focus on their partner’s every online action in an attempt to control.
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    Filed under: Internet Security
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