Why can’t I vote online?

+-*Bad passwords – the reason why elections are currently staying paper-based   Already, 2015 has been touted as “The Year of the Election”. Today, the UK goes to the polls in it’s General Election, while campaigning is also getting underway in the US Presidential Primaries this week. Across Europe, new governments have been, or will be,

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Heartbleed: One Year Later: We need an awareness campaign on the level of anti-smoking to improve online security

+-*Continuing our look into our special Heartbleed Anniversary report, we turn to Catherine Lotrionte, Director of the Georgetown University Cyber Project, and what she had to say in our special expert’s video. With the report showing that very few consumers even remembered the events of Heartbleed, Lotrionte believes that a sizable awareness drive is needed

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5 Reasons to be Wary of Social Logins

+-*Why you need to remember that the easiest entry point to an app may have other problems… Easy, convenient and quick – three reasons why, almost certainly, you’ve been happy to use what are called “social logins” in the past. Also known as social sign-on, this is when an app or website embeds a widget

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Why Your Inbox is a Goldmine for Hackers!

+-*A few weeks ago we introduced to you Dashlane Inbox Scan, our snazzy new online tool which shows you just how much of your precious data is hiding in your email inbox, unprotected and visible to hackers. With the ever-rising number of passwords stored online and with the rising frequency of hacks, breaches and other

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