Your Password Isn’t as Strong as You Think It Is – And Other Lessons in Cyber Safety
Tips for Strong Passwords
Exterro Acquires AccessData In Nine-Figure Deal, Expanding Its Platform And Setting Stage For Possible IPO
Data Retention – More than Meets the Eye
Why ransomware is still so successful: Over a quarter of victims pay the ransom
Microsoft Scales Back the Privacy-Invading Productivity Score
As the Pandemic Continues, Lawyer and IT Jobs May Still Be Fine. Support Staff? Maybe Not
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New PC or Mac? How to wipe your old Windows PC clean before getting rid of it
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We’ve read about people selling their organs to get their hands on an iPhone, but I’ve never before heard of a couple willing to face-off with a live alligator for one. That’s the somewhat bizarre situation a Florida couple found themselves in recently, however, when 24-year-old Anthony Larrimore dropped his iPhone while snapping pictures of an alligator…
Whatever you choose to do, though, the next step needs to be doing everything possible to make sure it doesn’t happen again instead of breathing a sigh of relief that you got your data back and continuing business as usual. That would seem to be the common mistake here.
Don’t make that mistake.
Security pros, where do you fall on the debate on paying or not paying, and does this report change your thinking?