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How the Hack at a Florida Water Treatment Plant Affects All Organizations in the Public Sector
Securing access to critical assets and systems is often much simpler—and much more affordable—than organizations in the public and critical infrastructure sectors may realize. The...
4 Ways Tech Has Changed Relationships—For the Better
Normally, articles like this are rife with doom and gloom pearl-clutching about the decline of eye contact and the horrors of convenience culture, but after...
New Attacks Targeting Remote Workers, Recent CISA Analysis Reveals
The shift to remote work has forced companies to change how they think about their security. CISA recently published a report highlighting an increase in...
5 Things to Know Before Sharing Passwords With Your Partner
You may not be ready for a joint bank account, but you are ready to share passwords for streaming. Here are a few things to...
This Documentary Will Make You Want to Quit Social Media
You won’t be shocked by anything you learn in The Social Dilemma but the revelations will still unnerve you.
What’s Going on at TikTok?
They say all press is good press, but scan any recent article about TikTok and the adage is called into question. We dive into all...
How Corona Masks Are Saving Privacy (For Now)
As public surveillance measures increase, the global pandemic is inadvertently offering protection from facial recognition technology. But how long until the algorithms catch up?
A Bigger Threat than Climate Change
An amendment to protect the privacy of Americans’ internet browsing history lost in the Senate. The loss is more dangerous to us than climate change....
Facebook Shouldn’t Crash Your Apps
An outage across apps from Spotify to TikTok to Walmart shows why developers need to quit using their Menlo Park middleman.
If Data Is the New Oil, Where Is the New EPA?
If data is the new oil, the U.S. has been operating without an agency in charge of preventing spills or holding those responsible accountable when...
A Closer Look at Loretta: Big Tech’s Big Game Commercials
Viewed through the reality of surveillance capitalism, Big Tech's commercials last Sunday take on a new light.
Why You Should Value Privacy, Even If You Have Nothing to Hide
Each day, people adopt technologies and accept policies that ask them to trade privacy for greater convenience or perceived security: from smart home devices, to...
GDPR’s Shortcomings Give Guidance for Future Privacy Laws
Everyone celebrates the holiday season differently, but one experience we all shared this December was the flood of emails from seemingly every company we’ve ever...
Facebook And Google Top Dashlane’s List Of 2019’s Worst Password Offenders
Dashlane's fourth annual list of the Worst Password Offenders is out—from a Congressman, to Lisa Kudrow, to the biggest tech companies in the world. What...
The Age of Data as a Liability
This week, CNBC hosted a conversation between execs from DuckDuckGo, Facebook, and Mozilla on businesses’ responsibility for the customer data they collect. "I think there...
The State of Digital Identity
At Spark The Change, a conference in Paris, focused on innovation and changing the world, I shared my view on the State of Digital Identity....
2019 Industry Trends: 6 Bold Digital Security Predictions
Our 2019 industry trends report makes six bold predictions for the digital security sector. Some are welcomed, like the spreading of GDPR-type laws outside of...
Kanye West Tops Dashlane’s List of 2018’s “Worst Password Offenders”
Dashlane today announced its third annual list of the “Worst Password Offenders.” The list highlights the high-profile individuals and organizations that had the most significant...
A Declaration of Digital Independence
Earlier this month, I delivered a Web Summit keynote about the importance of taking back control of your digital identity, so together we can build...
Dashlane’s CEO on Why You Should Be Concerned About Your Data
Data privacy is a red-hot topic nowadays. Between the massive Equifax breach, the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook scandal, and all of the publicity generated by the...
Dashlane Uncovers Troubling Password Patterns
Virginia Tech and Dashlane Analysis Find Risky, Lazy Passwords the Norm Dashlane analyzed over 61 million passwords and uncovered some troubling password patterns. The analysis...
Hacking in the Internet of Things Era
Last year, a security firm in the UK uncovered that they could gain access to a GoPro camera and secretly watch or eavesdrop on...