Cyber security experts, including CyberScout's Global Privacy Officer Eduard Goodman, weigh in on the Ticketmaster breach involving the ticketing vendor's third-party supplier.
When we use our mobile devices in public, people may casually glance at our screens. But take care. These "Screen Snoopers" may be gleaning valuable personal information that can damage your reputation and credit. Learn more from Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout.
Amazon is offering Alexa for Hospitality to hotels, vacation rentals and more. Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout, shares the potential impacts this feature will have on your privacy.
The legal industry faces a growing number of cyber threats. Yet law firm clients think the industry is able to protect their data. Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout, explains why.
Uber has applied for a patent to use artificial intelligence to spot drunken drivers, raising concerns among privacy professionals. Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout, explains why citizens should be concerned.
A clarinetist missed out on a prestigious music scholarship after his girlfriend intercepted the email notifying him of the award, declined on his behalf, and deleted the email. CyberScout Chairman Adam Levin says this underscores the importance of never sharing email passwords with relatives and friends.
Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout, is featured in BizCatalyst 360°'s list of top 20 cyber security influencers to follow.
The FBI is warning anyone who uses a router to connect to the internet to reboot their router due to a malware originating in Russia. CyberScout Chairman Adam Levin says this is the cyber security equivalent of a hurricane warning. Here are seven tips to protect your computer system.
The Golden State Killer was apprehended with evidence collected from a relative's DNA that was submitted to a geneology website. CyberScout Chairman Adam Levin explains why the use of DNA in this way may not always be legal.
Your medical file is a treasure trove of information for fraudsters who can use your Social Security number and other sensitive information. In the wrong hands, it can lead to identity theft and misdiagnoses, and jeopardize your ability to secure employment. Adam Levin, chairman and co-founder of CyberScout, shares tips on how to protect yourself.