The wave of the future gadgets might once have been the domain of EPCOT Center and “The Jetsons,” but many of those what-if devices are now a reality. More than that, many of them are now in our homes, our pockets, and our everyday lives.
When the internet of things first took off with “connected” devices and home appliances, the resulting reaction was fairly positive.
As a consumer, you’ve probably heard about the importance of monitoring your credit reports for any signs of suspicious activity, and staying on top of your credit score to make sure your purchasing power is all that it should be.
Online advertising is to many tech users what those annoying late-night TV commercials once were. The cheesy sales pitches, the obnoxious fast-talking announcers, and the promises of “But wait! If you act now we’ll double your order!” have become such a part of our pop culture that they’re a joke all on their own.
Data Privacy Day is held annually on Jan. 28 to create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. Here are a few resources to help you be more #PrivacyAware from the National Cyber Security Alliance – plus, learn how you can get involved this Data Privacy Day.