Privacy and Cybersecurity

Net Neutrality Has Been Repealed: What Happens Now? - NextAdvisor Blog

You’ve likely heard the term net neutrality a lot in recent years, and it’s not likely to go away anytime soon. As of Monday, June 11, the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) “Restoring Internet Freedom” order officially went into effect. This measure repeals rules put into place by the FCC during the Obama administration which regulated the ability of Internet service providers (ISPs) to block, slow or speed up access to specific online services.

Data Breach Coverage

Fun fact: My piece on Equifax's TrustedID Premier service has remained at the top of Google search for many months.

LifeLock Leak Exposes Millions: How Trustworthy are Identity Protection Services?

It’s a tale almost as old as time — a cybersecurity expert uncovers a flaw in a program, website or service that leaves thousands or millions of people’s personal information exposed for any criminal to find. Most people can agree that no security flaws found in systems that store consumer information are good, but when the issue happens to a company that makes its mission to protect that information, it’s even more concerning.

Uber Faces Legal Backlash Over Breach Cover-Up: Were You Exposed?

Ridesharing service Uber has been through the ringer in recent years, and it doesn’t seem like things are going to slow down for it any time soon. From claims of a hostile working environment within its corporate ranks to instances of violence against both drivers and passengers worldwide, the company has been embattled for years as it has grown from a startup to a multi-million dollar corporation.