Category Archives: Privacy & data protection

Is complying with local Data Protection Laws for small and medium sized businesses a “Mission impossible”?

All indications show that for the majority of small and medium sized companies (SMEs), issues that have to do with data protection, information leaks and compliance of data security laws, are almost a “Mission impossible”. According to a study by

GHOST Secure, Anonymous Calling Service

Today we have several companies that provide online communication services such as skype, viber, whatsapp and more. The problem with all these systems that they do not guarantee the privacy of users and you will need to provide your personal

SXSW Spotlight: The Security Side of Wearable Tech


With the Apple Watch set to storm the smartwatch market in April, the security implications of new wearable devices will be the focus of a workshop at this year’s SXSW Interactive. Under Secretary for Science and Technology Dr. Reginald Brothers

Tails 1.2 Released


New version of Tails 1.2 a linux distribution have been release with several new features and security patches.  TAILS (The Amnesic Incognito Live System) is based on debian operating system and have been used by Edward Snowden because it help

ShazzleMail- Application to maintain your email privacy


Today we see more of new services that offer anonymous surfing and mailing. this because many online service store users information on their systems and this makes end users not safe from reusing the data in the future. ShazzleMail is one

Privacy Groups Calling for Internet Users to Employ More Security Tools

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When Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the National Security Agency last summer, revealing that the agency had spied on millions of people online, Internet privacy advocates and security experts were concerned. If the U.S. government was able to engage

How Safe is the Incognito Mode in Google Chrome

Google Chrome can be called one of the most popular browsers used by people all across the world. The main reason for using Chrome is the ‘Incognito’ mode that allows private browsing to the users. Through this mode, the users