Now is the time to make your online activity a blur. Why? Here are some startling reasons: In the last 18 month, over 157 million US credit card holders have been notified of a breach. Furthermore, the typical web surfer is tracked by 11 companies at each site they visit – resulting in over 2,500 unique tracking and data collection attempts weekly. This is the new reality of the Internet in 2014 – and as 2015 approaches, the treat level will only increase.
Author: Olivia Campbell
The United States has successfully resisted chip and pin technology for nearly a decade, and we’ve got the data breaches to prove it. Find out why transitioning away from cards with magnetic strips could be a lengthy process, even though better credit card security is long overdue.
Smartphone privacy goes far beyond the NSA. Consider what your wireless carrier knows about you. Phone companies collect your data all the time, everything from your location, browsing, searches, and more…