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The Dangers of Connecting to Fake Cell Towers

Posted by Blake Kotiza on Feb 5, 2018 10:17:28 AM

The first time I heard about “Fake Cell Towers”, I thought to myself, Hold up. There is such a thing as a “fake” cell tower?!? Why would someone want or use a fake cell tower?

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Topics: Privoro, Smartphone Vulnerabilities, Mobile Tracking, Smartphone Security, fake cell towers

Data Privacy Day 2018 - Where is your Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Posted by Nik Souris on Jan 26, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Personally Identifiable Information, commonly referred to as PII, can be broadly defined as any data that could potentially identify a specific individual. Additionally, it may include any information that can de-anonymize a person from other persons or a set of anonymous data.

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Topics: Mobile Security, Mobile Surveillance, Smartphone Vulnerabilities, Mobile Tracking, Data Privacy Day, CFMA

CES 2018, the year tech monetized our voices.

Posted by Julie DexterBerg on Jan 15, 2018 8:08:00 AM

CES, that mind-boggling and exhausting annual tribute to tech innovations has changed. More than 25 years ago the event was dominated by the wireless players and Microsoft with a wink and a nod to Detroit. Over time the show has shifted from the pinnacle venue for tech companies to unveil their splashy new consumer products to the place to experience nascent technologies.

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Topics: Proximity Data, CES, Artificial Intelligence, Smartphone Security

When apps become Peeping Toms

Posted by Laurie Richmond on Jan 12, 2018 11:42:30 AM

How many of us have shared secrets, disciplined our children, sought council on how to address a work or family issue, discussed sensitive financial challenges or had a private moment with our children or loved ones in the presence of our smartphones? Most of us? All of us? These are common occurrences in our daily lives which typically happen behind closed doors due to the sensitive nature of the information being discussed or the actions occurring. People say, “you never know what goes on behind closed doors”, until now.

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Topics: Proximity Data, Mobile Security, Smartphone Vulnerabilities, Mobile Tracking, Data Privacy

Connecting the dots between some of the most recent cybersecurity numbers.

Posted by Nox R. Landa on Jan 10, 2018 11:17:57 AM

Just a week into the new year and Gartner’s prediction that information security spending will reach $93 billion in 2018 seems perhaps a big understatement. Even before the end of the 2017, many security experts suggested the number was on the low side of conservative. And that came before the report of a massive vulnerability to microprocessors with Spectre and Meltdown. Regardless of where the number ends up, with headlines like this one from CNN on January 5, 2018 – “The security of pretty much every computer on the planet has just gotten a lot worse” – makes a number over $100 billion seem more plausible. But, for the purposes of this blog we’ll use the $93 billion figure.

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Topics: Cybersecurity

A blog about protecting your smartphone from mobile surveillance, which can reveal your most important and sensitive personal and professional information. Whether you work at the highest levels of defense and intelligence, are a corporate executive, a medical or legal professional or a barista at a local coffee shop, what’s important to you is worth protecting. Check back here often for the latest information on how to protect that information as well as your personal privacy.

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