December may be the most wonderful time of the year, but the Christmas season provides ample opportunities for scammers to try to take advantage of someone’s generosity or tight schedule to swindle them out of money.
TikTok’s algorithm continues to be a hot topic, as regulators across the world continue to argue about the platform’s potential as a tool for spreading misinformation.
The Medina Police Department is warning the public of a person posing as a member of local police agencies.
Apple’s iPhone’s new iOS 17 operating system includes a feature called “NameDrop” that is activated by default on the phones of users who update their software, prompting authorities to share information on how to turn it off. Although it makes sharing contacts easier, some people are leery of the potential risks. Here’s what to know.
Lisa Plaggemier, Executive Director at National Cybersecurity Alliance, joins to discuss cybersecurity concerns and risks for businesses and outlook for cybersecurity businesses. Hosted by Paul Sweeney and Carol Massar.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel wants to make Michigan residents aware that members of Generation Z – those born between the late 1990s and early 2010s – are three times more likely to be victims of online scams.
Gen Z does not stan cybersecurity, at least according to recent findings from the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCA), which noted compromises among the demographic, along with a level of ah, who cares…
Industrial uses of artificial intelligence have a head start on any government attempts to protect its users, Smart Industry learned in interviews this week, but sources see the Biden administration effort as well-intentioned yet incomplete.
Scammers are going after teens and parents of younger kids. Cox Media Group’s Washington Bureau Reporter Blair Miller explains how social media is making these people this age range targets.