Are your passwords keeping your accounts secure? If you're like most people, probably not. Follow our password recommendations for 2020.
Zoom has taken the world by storm during the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, so has Zoom-bombing. Take these steps to protect your meetings.
Thousands of Ring account logins were leaked last month. Even if yours wasn't on the list, we can help you protect your account.
Google stores a lot more search history than you probably realize. Find out where to find it and how to get rid of it.
You can see yourself in the future with FaceApp, but do you know what they're doing with your photos afterwards?
To commemorate Safer Internet Day, here are 4 tips to improve online safety and protect your accounts on the internet.
2.2 billion unique credentials are available for any hacker to download and use however they want. Your info is probably in there. Ours was.
Think you're the only one watching your cameras. Sources say Ring employees had access to every single Ring video. Smile. You're on camera.
Security cameras help you keep an eye on things, but vulnerabilities give hackers keep an eye on you. Or worse. Find out what you should be doing about it.
Enhanced email privacy with self-destructing emails. Google is providing ways to protect your information right with Gmail.