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Cyber ABCs: G is for Google

Here’s the seventh of 26 posts in support of Cyber Security. Isn’t Google great?! Isn’t Google fun?! Think of all of the free and cool stuff they do and the fun pictures on Google.com everyday. Now think about all of the terms and conditions and ‘end user license agreements’ that you clicked through in order […]

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How to stop all your smart devices from listening to you

Your smart devices are listening for wake words — which means they can also pick up conversation snippets and more. Here’s how to stop it. — Read on www.komando.com/privacy/stop-your-smart-devices-from-listening/753004/

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Cyber ABCs: G for Google

Here’s the seventh of 26 posts in support of Cyber Security. Imagine if you saw everything, remembered everything, and could recite it back on demand. Google does this every second, of everyday, everywhere. Everyone pays Google. You pay with your data and time. In exchange for your data, you can use Google Docs, Drive, and […]

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Cyber ABCs: A for Accounts

Here’s the first of 26 posts in support of Cyber Security. Every user, service, and hacker, needs an account to access systems, resources, and data. Given what we store on our personal and work devices, you would think that we would do a better job at protecting these keys to the “kingdom”. BUT, we know […]

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Google fixes major Gmail bug seven hours after exploit details go public | ZDNet

Attackers could have sent spoofed emails mimicking any Gmail or G Suite customer. — Read on www.zdnet.com/article/google-fixes-major-gmail-bug-seven-hours-after-exploit-details-go-public/