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Thursday, September 21, 2017
security

Learn How To Hack And Secure IT Systems – For Under $50

You can join the international effort to secure the web from cyber-terrorism with the training of the Super-Sized Ethical Hacking course bundle, on sale right now for just $43 (over 90 percent off) from The National Memo Store.

September 13, 2017

Three Everyday Carry Accessories To Add To Your Keychain — Up To 25 Percent Off

We’ve come up with some ideas – all accompanied with big discounts, of course – that may make you rethink exactly what your humble keychain should be.

August 30, 2017

Browse In True Privacy For Less Than $1 A Week

HBO is currently embroiled in headaches after hackers assaulted their systems and swiped Game of Thrones scripts, unaired TV episodes, and scads of internal company documents. If an entertainment giant like HBO isn’t safe, how does a little guy like you protect yourself against cyber-predators stalking across the interwebs? With rock solid, battle-tested security coverage, […]

August 23, 2017

Learn How To Get Employed As An Ethical Hacker — For Less Than $40

Hacking and cyber-terrorism continue to dominate the news and may ultimately even help topple a presidency. With stakes like those, it’s not hard to see where acquiring the skills to be an ethical hacker could open up a world of job possibilities for anyone interested in stopping malicious cyber threats for a living. You can […]

July 5, 2017
Disconnect

Disconnect Protects Your Devices From Cyber Attacks And Malware Permanently For $49

Named as the “anti-tracking tool of choice” by the New York Times, Disconnect expertly blocks any and all unauthorized attempts to connect with your device.

May 31, 2017

This Trending Career May Be The Best Side Hustle In Tech

It’s no secret that web security is more top-of-mind now than ever before. And in the world of web security, a white hat hacker is often the last line of defense between safe operations and malicious digital criminals. So if you want to enter a highly in-demand career in digital security, you need a comprehensive background in white hat hacking, the art of deliberately attacking a system to find its weaknesses and fix them before it’s too late.

May 5, 2017

New Internet Privacy Repeal Makes VPN Usage More Important Than Ever

Unless you’ve been under a rock with no WiFi, you’re well aware that Congress and President Trump have opened up your browsing history to the highest bidder. Under changes to FCC rules signed by President Trump last week, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) will no longer need your approval to sell information about where you’ve been […]

April 17, 2017
A man walks past an exhibit booth for firearms manufacturer

TSA Finds 20 Percent More Guns In Carry-On Bags In 2015, And Most Are Loaded

Airport security screeners in the U.S. found a record high number of firearms in carry-on bags last year, officials said.

January 22, 2016

Knowing Who’s On Your Airplane

I don’t know about you, but I’d like to think that the feds have screened the other passengers sitting on my airplane. To do that, they also have to screen me. That’s the deal.

December 31, 2015

Travel Dilemmas: TSA’s Precheck Revamped To Restrict Program To Paying Customers Only

We have good news and bad news, depending on who you are. TSA’s “managed inclusion” came to an end in mid-September. That’s the program that allowed people who hadn’t paid for the privilege to get the same benefits as paying customers.

December 4, 2015

States Rush To Regulate Drones Ahead Of Federal Guidelines

In the absence of federal regulations, states are eager to pass their own policies on drones.

September 15, 2015
Ashley Madison phone text privacy policy whispering

Fake Female Profiles Abounded on Ashley Madison Site, Data Research Shows

Niche dating sites need women in order to attract men. And how do you attract attractive women? With fakes.

August 26, 2015

Blimps Over Capitol: Just Hot Air?

Coming soon to a Capitol skyline near you: giant blimps at 10,000 feet?

May 27, 2015
San Jose Airport, Tresspass, Security, Infrastructure, National News, Airplanes

San Jose Airport Suffers Fifth Security Breach In Less Than One Year

If you build it, they will climb it. The fifth trespasser to breach the security at Mineta San Jose Airport this year was caught after scaling perimeter fence.

April 1, 2015
Uniformed US Secret Service officers patrol Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House in Washington, DC, March 12, 2015

Report: U.S. Secret Service Embarrassment Gets Worse

This new report certainly won’t help the Secret Service’s damaged reputation.

March 13, 2015

Hagel’s Exit From Pentagon Still Leaves Administration Divided

Hagel’s resignation from the Pentagon will make him the third defense secretary to resign in the six years of the Obama administration.

November 25, 2014

Security Companies Seek Exemptions In Requirements To Send Officers To Ferguson

Security guard companies are applying for exemptions in security officer licensing requirements to meet an increased demand as the Ferguson grand jury decision draws nearer.

November 19, 2014

No-Fly Zones Over Disney Parks Face New Scrutiny

The “no fly” zones over Disney amusement parks were put in place after the 2011 terrorist attacks, but it is time to take another look at the flight restrictions.

November 10, 2014

How Hackers Wreaked Havoc In St. Louis After Brown’s Shooting

The group Anonymous descended upon Ferguson after the Michael Brown shooting this summer, targeting people they believed to be involved in the controversy.

November 5, 2014

Hackers Breach White House Computer System, Russia Suspected

The Washington Post reports that the White House’s unclassified computer network was recently breached by intruders.

October 29, 2014

FBI Created Phony Seattle Times Story To Find Bomb-Threat Suspect

The Seattle Times feels that their reputation as a government watchdog was jeopardized by the FBI’s attempts to identify a bomb-threat suspect.

October 28, 2014

Police In Ottawa Hunt For More Than One Gunman On Parliament Hill

The Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa went into lockdown on Wednesday after an attack from as many as three gunmen.

October 22, 2014

Man Dies Of Ebola In Texas, U.S. Steps Up Airport Screening

Washington — A Liberian man who was the first person diagnosed with Ebola outside of West Africa died in a Texas hospital Wednesday, as Washington stepped up airport screening against the deadly virus. Thomas Eric Duncan died in a Dallas hospital 10 days after he was admitted and despite receiving an experimental drug to fight […]

October 8, 2014

Obama Announces Plans For New Ebola Screening Of Airline Passengers

Screening measures and protocols to protect against the spread of Ebola through travel could be instituted soon.

October 7, 2014

Cyberattacks On State Databases Escalate

Only 24.5 percent of information and security officers are confident they can protect against the prevalent cyber threats made to state databases.

October 6, 2014