Do it for the ‘gram: 3 keys to Instagram’s newest feature

  It may be annoying when your employees spend time on Instagram during work hours, but a new feature on the photo-sharing app could actually help your organization.

New law will help protect industrial control systems

Recently passed legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives aims to protect industrial control systems (ICS) from digital threats.

New security features coming to macOS and iOS

Apple recently announced a variety of security and privacy features it’ll be bringing to macOS Mojave and iOS 12 in the near future.

Human-AI partnerships are the way forward

Many businesses are looking for ways to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into their current workforce.

FTC may investigate Google location data

Two senators, Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn) and Ed Markey (D-Mass), have called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google illegally gathered location data from Android users.

T-Mobile flaw exposed customer account data

T-Mobile’s website faced a bug that exposed the personal account details of many of its customers.

Phone numbers, emails exposed by Equifax

The hits just keep on coming for Equifax, as more light has been shed on the company’s major data breach from last year.

$35M fine for Yahoo after 2016 data breach

You may remember a Yahoo data breach revealed in 2016 that exposed the information of more than 500 million users.

Virtual reality’s not just for gaming anymore

Virtual reality (VR) may primarily be associated with video games and entertainment, but new business and IT applications are coming to the forefront.

Mozilla Foundation shares Internet health report

A new publication from the Mozilla Foundation, called the 2018 Internet Health Report, focuses on five areas of concern for the Internet.