October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month
It happened again.
Experian, the credit monitoring firm, announced this month that a server containing data from T-Mobile customers has been breached. As many as 15 million T-Mobile customers may have had their personal information compromised.
This latest cyber security breach is just another reminder of why you need to remain vigilant and #CyberAware. To bring attention to the problem of online attacks, October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Business News Daily reports a University of New Mexico Department of Computer Science study estimates the overall cost of cyber attacks will reach $180 billion in the next three years.
A single cyber attack could cost a small business as much as $55,000.
Two former Intel employees have created a new product to help individuals keep private information private. “The Egg” allows people to chat, stream and share digital content privately.
Users of “The Egg” can share personal videos, photos, music and other files with family or friends, bypassing social media or cloud based services. The content is password protected and lives on The Egg.
It's your own private cloud right in the palm of your hand. You have control over your content. It even tells you when people look at your data.
Learn more at www.eggcyte.com