USC users have reported receiving suspicious e-mails regarding job opportunities similar to the one below. If your receive such an e-mail, do not reply and… Read more »
Like many people, you’re probably more relaxed about tapping links on your phone than you should be. Hackers and criminals know that you’re more likely… Read more »
If you’re not using two-factor authentication on your Facebook account, you should be.
There are many ways you can protect yourself online, and October—National Cybersecurity Awareness Month—is the perfect time to learn about them.
Voice-activated personal assistants such as Google Home, Amazon Echo, Apple’s Siri, and Microsoft’s Cortana are on the rise. While these smart devices bring convenience, they may also bring privacy concerns
Apple has released multiple updates to address vulnerabilities in tvOS, iOS, watchOS, OS X El Capitan, Safari, and iTunes. Products and applications with new security updates available for… Read more »
Many smartphones and cellular modems have the ability to act as personal Wi-Fi hotspots, allowing you to connect laptops and other devices to the internet… Read more »
Apple yesterday released an update to its mobile operating system, iOS 6.1.3. The update addresses a recently discovered vulnerability that could allow someone to bypass… Read more »
Twitter announced today that it has discovered unauthorized attempts to access user data, including usernames, email addresses and passwords. The attackers may have gained access… Read more »
Smartphones provide access to a great many services, from email to social networking to online banking. With all the personal and financial information accessible by… Read more »