GDPR is a personal data protection regulation that is poised to change internet based activities. It provides additional control to EU users over their data and mandates specific activities to be carried out by organizations providing services to EU citizens.
Some Cyber Attacks have far reaching effects and change the landscape of the Security industry. Reviewing some of the attacks provides insight into the evolution of Internet Security.
Acquiring monetary wealth drives most of our careers and our lives. Taking a step back and defining personal contentment and subsequently pursuing contentment is the essence of a delightful life.
Personal budgets are tools that can help improve financial control and achieve financial goals. This hub describes a ten step process to get personal budgets working for you.
Mobile apps have become a part of daily life. Security issues with apps may make news, but the average smart-phone user can learn to review "permissions" and implement checks to continue safely using apps.
Accessing the internet today opens us up to continual tracking - the world of web analytics uses our data to deliver a better experience to us. We have to educate ourselves and appropriately control our data exposure on the web.
This hub explains the concepts of compounding and explains how it is the most useful tool for solid financial planning.
Passwords are a way of life on the internet. This hub explores the history of passwords, the types of password attacks, some common passwords and some strategies on improving our passwords.
Siegfried's Mechanical Music Cabinet is a charming museum of mechanised musical instruments in the small town of Rüdesheim am Rhein delighting visitors with the ancient historical building as well as a taste of soulful music of a bygone era.
Social engineering is the internet version of the old-fashioned con job - manipulating the target to act in ways they did not intend or provide information they did not want to give. This hub discusses types of social engineering and how we can protect ourselves against them.
There are many articles about the death of the newspaper in western society, but surprisingly there is a different trend in India. This article explores the state of newspapers in India.