iOS Hacking. Rise of the evil Smartphone

December 30th, 2013
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iOS Hacking. Rise of the evil Smartphone With constant access to email, applications, the Internet, and company data, workers are using their devices to stay in touch with family, friends, and co-workers through social networks. This means that people are building a larger database and adding data to their applications. The appeal for hackers with […]

Privacy in the age of the hacker: Balancing global privacy and data security law

November 21st, 2013

Digital Locksmiths CTO Terry Cutler’s work has been featured in Phoenix School of Law 2012 paper called Privacy in the age of the hacker: Balancing global privacy and data security law. Terry cutler “Was 2011 the Year of the Hacker?, SECURITYWEEK (Jan 2012) Abstract: The twin goals of privacy and data security share a fascinating symbiotic […]

Ethical Hacking as a career – What do you want to be when you grow up?

October 24th, 2013

Global Montreal TV News October 24, 2013 We’ve all heard this question. And, in all likelihood, chances are that you probably dabbled with the idea of becoming an astronaut or a superhero as a kid. In high school, you may have been dead-set on becoming president. Of course, by the time college graduation rolls around, […]

Digital Locksmiths Strengthens its Security Platform with Innovative Technology from PaulDotCom Enterprises

October 16th, 2013

Turning the tables on present day hackers and attackers with real-time location and identity tracking capabilities Original source Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) October 16, 2013 Digital Locksmiths, a leading provider of technology solutions that secure corporate and private data for organizations worldwide is pleased to announce a unique partnership with PaulDotCom Enterprises, integrating industry changing Active Defense […]

Yahoo Recycled Emails: Users Find Security Surprises

October 7th, 2013

Original source : Some Yahoo users who took advantage of recycled IDs report they’re getting emails intended for the old account holders — including personal data. by Kristin Burnham – Senior Editor, When Tom Jenkins, an IT security professional, learned in June that Yahoo planned to free up abandoned account IDs, he jumped on the opportunity to […]

A Montreal woman discovers a fake Facebook profile using her pictures

September 25th, 2013

Carolyn Seguin says someone in Tennessee stole her identity on Facebook. She discovered a fake profile using her photos under a different name. A Montreal lawyer says this is an illegal practice that’s becoming increasingly widespread. Terry Cutler, Digital Locksmiths CTO has a discussion with Bernard St-Laurent of CBC Radio Noon and answers caller’s questions. […]

Here are some examples of why educational institutions are still actively fighting cyber attacks

August 27th, 2013

While students laze around on summer vacation, educational institutions are still actively fighting cyber attacks. Many universities average at least a million cyber threats per week. A recent major attack was on Stanford University, and although the damage was likely minor, students were requested to change their passwords. Western University, in London, Ontario, has also […]

#BuyerBeware: 6 Tips on Understanding Popular Scams & How to Avoid Getting Duped

July 16th, 2013

“Have you ever been at the short end of the stick when it comes to scams?” Camille Ross, news anchor and host of The Morning News for Global Montreal asked. It’s a common question, and unfortunately, the common answer is ‘yes.’ With cyber security being a growing threat, online scams are becoming a more common […]

3 Reasons Why SMBs Should Definitely Care About Security

July 11th, 2013

3 Reasons Why SMBs Need to Care About Their Security, and 6 No/Low Cost Ways to Mitigate Risk Businesses, no matter what size, can come to a halt because of a security breach. Email could fail, and people could no longer communicate; servers could go down, and important data could be lost. These are problems […]

What you need to know about popular scams and how to avoid being duped

July 4th, 2013

Global News Montreal July 4 2013 TERRY CUTLER, DIGITAL LOCKSMITHS Terry is collaborating with the RCMP Anti Fraud group to help beat the scammers. He takes their calls, allows them into his bait system, and tracks them down using his own software. WE WILL GO OVER THREE POPULAR SCAMS: 1. RansomWare — Someone claiming to […]