My Heart Bleeds: What you need to know about Heartbleed

Guest Blog Entry By Christopher Burgess, CEO Prevendra Heartbleed, is the name given to the bug which was found within the OpenSSL and has rendered many of our individual passwords compromised. The situation has been making the news over the past few weeks since the bug was discovered in late March and the patch put … Continued

Child Grooming

Child Grooming. Recognizing this behavior for what it is!! Guest blog entry courtesy of Kim Estes.  Kim  is a child safety expert and the founder of Savvy Parents Safe Kids. Kim believes that every child deserves a safe childhood and that adults have the power to keep children safe. ”¢ The past week has been … Continued

Human Predators & Personal Safety While Walking or Jogging

The Animal Kingdom Think back to the documentary on television where the lioness is hunting.  She stalks a herd of deer as they approach a water hole.  She waits in the same place because she knows that the deer, being highly predictable, will come by at the same time every day. They must do so … Continued

Social Media Security Concerns UK Financial Services Company

Social Media Security Concerns UK Financial Services Company Property Risk Reuters recently cited findings from a study by Legal & General, a multinational financial services company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. The company was looking into the impact social media has on risk with regard to property and content. The report was called the “Digital … Continued

Online Safety and Social Media Security Awareness

Our Predictability as a Vulnerability Social media safety and security are a growing concern. As more people engage in social media the amount of information being shared in relatively open forums continues to grow. Best practice is to post information and photos after an event rather than letting people know where you will be or … Continued