This week's Tech.pinions podcast features Data Privacy Day sponsored by the National Cyber Security Alliance.
Jan. 28 marks Data Privacy Day, a day to take stock of how well you are guarding your personal information online. Here are some tips to help you.
Data Privacy Day is time to take stock of your private information. Online security is more important than ever, and it's easy to get started.
Data Privacy Day is a time when industry, government and everyone focuses on how to make sure that private information remains private.
Before you give away your deepest, darkest secrets, learn how to protect your data online and manage your privacy effectively.
As President Donald Trump decries what he calls “fake news” and as Congress investigates how Russia might have manipulated social media during the 2016 presidential election, the young members of the millennial generation also are having a tough time determining what is factual and what is not on social media.
Small Business Trends caught up with Michael Kaiser of the National Cyber Security Alliance at Nasdaq MarketSite in New York City’s Times Square to discuss how small businesses can make sense of all the complicated cybersecurity issues in today’s landscape.
In the latest survey by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) co-sponsored by Microsoft, Keeping Up With The Generation App/NCSA Parent Teen Online Safety Survey, 39 percent of teens said they were concerned about their personal information being leaked online and 36 percent had this same worry as it pertains to pictures and videos that are shared privately.
Even though teens under 18 aren’t allowed to cast a vote yet, the current political climate still affects them, according to a new survey by the National Cyber Security Alliance.