June 2018 – Newsletter, Google One

While Google Drive isn’t going away entirely, the introduction of Google One will change it’s purpose. With the rebranding of Google One also comes new features to look forward to. Google Drive will now only refer to the company’s Dropbox-like service where you can upload files to a personal online vault. Google One will be…

May 2018 – Newsletter, Wireless Collusion

An antitrust investigation into potential coordination between AT&T, Verizon, and a telecommunications standards organization has been opened by the Justice Department. The investigation focuses on the possibility that these companies may be working together to hinder consumers from easily switching wireless carriers. Demands were issued earlier this year to AT&T, Verizon, and the G.S.M.A., a mobile…

May 2018 – Newsletter, Tip of the Month

Open source and free to use, DBAN is a hard drive eraser and data clearing utility. There are a couple versions of DBAN, one catered towards personal use, and another more towards businesses or larger organizations. The software allows you to delete information stored on hard drive disks in PC laptops, desktops, or servers. Depending…

April 2018 – Newsletter, Drone Usage

Though law enforcement and emergency responders have been using drones to give them an ‘eye in the sky’ for years, they may soon provide ears as well. Verizon and AT&T are both exploring using unmanned aerial vehicles as flying mobile hot spots to provide phone and other services when cell towers are down or in…

NBC Today Show: The Anatomy of a Hack

James Lyne of Sophos was recently featured on the NBC Today Show discussing the Anatomy of a Cyber Attack. James shows how data breaches take place through the eyes of an attacker, as well as how businesses can improve their protection against such attacks. To watch the full video clip, visit here, and if you…