Faculty Member, School of STEM at American Public University
Mobile phones have become ubiquitous within our society, and many would now consider them a necessity rather than a convenience.
Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
It is certainly an interesting time where personal data is increasingly being sucked up everywhere. This is instigated against the general public by governments, thieves and crackers and hackers; and sometimes all of them together simultaneously.
NSA leaks covered the USA but overlook the many more sinister programs in operation by foreign governments.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month; and in light of this, InHomelandSecurity is presenting a series of blogposts focusing on the security steps you can take to protect yourself from hacking, clickjacking, and other forms of cyberterrorism. Think about what you can do to make yourself more secure in your online world, and take a moment to read our offerings for this month of safety and security:
Malicious URL’s in social networking are nothing new.