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What Is Reddit And Why Should You Care?

The brainchild of a couple of college roommates, Reddit is the 7th most visited website in the US and 22nd in the...

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What Is Flickr And Why Should You Care?

What is Flickr? Yahoo’s photo curating platform, after over a decade in operation, remains to be a favourite in the...

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10 Ways Echosec Respects Social Media Privacy

This article has been updated from its original version published in October 2016.

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Public WIFI Security: What Are You Sharing?

An interesting read from Maurits Martijn exploring public WiFi security reveals just how easy it is for a skilled...

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5 Tools To Improve Smartphone Security

Since the dawn of the smartphone, it seems as if digital communication has become more common than face-to-face...

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What Is Hacking? How Does It Work?

It’s safe to assume that, in the internet era, all organizations and services will be targeted by malicious hackers...

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Eyewitness Accounts And Breaking News: Perception Is Everything

Our perceptions are as unique as our fingerprints. Journalists know first-hand that eyewitness accounts are not...

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Workplace Security: 4 Things Your Employees Should Stop Doing On Social Media

You Are What You Tweet...


Businesses are built and lost on reputation. Workplace security has always been a...

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The Rise Of The Citizen Journalist

Citizen Journalism has risen to new heights. With a growing number of new media technology companies releasing...

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