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Mark Zuckerberg’s Net Worth Increase Absolutely as He Testified to Congress.

Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth increased by $3 billion Tuesday as the Facebook CEO appeared before Congress to field questions following the recent Cambridge Analytica leak that exposed 87 million users’ data. The highly-scrutinized testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, which marked the first time Zuckerberg appeared in person in front of Congress, did not deter investors. Facebook shares…

The 5 biggest takeaways from Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance before the Senate

Mark Zuckerberg made his highly anticipated debut before Congress few hours ago during a marathon five-hour hearing before a joint session of the Commerce and Judiciary committees. Zuckerberg remained calm and level-headed throughout, and senators were mostly polite and deferential as they sought to understand how Facebook had inadvertently allowed…

Zuckerberg confirms Facebook has been interviewed by Mueller’s special counsel

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the 2016 election interference has interviewed at least one employee of Facebook, CEO Mark Zuckerberg confirmed today during his testimony before the Senate. Zuckerberg confirmed that he himself had not been interviewed, then declined to elaborate, citing the confidentiality of the investigation. Senator Leahy asked “I…

Microsoft’s ‘Meltdown’ updates are reportedly bricking AMD PCs

Microsoft’s ‘Meltdown’ updates are reportedly bricking AMD PCs Following reports of unbootable machines, Microsoft has halted updates of its Meltdown and Spectre security patches for AMD computers, according to a support note spotted by the Verge. It made the move after numerous complaints from users who installed the patch and…

See what is banned on Facebook

Earlier this week, the murder of a 28-year-old Chicago man was captured live on Facebook. One minute the man was hanging out with friends and livestreaming on Facebook. The next, there are sounds of gunshots and screaming. He was shot Wednesday night, and yet Facebook hasn’t pulled the video from…

$158 Billion Lost To Cyber Crime In The Year 2015. And What To Do About It

$158 Billion Lost To Cyber Crime In The Year 2015. And What To Do About It More than half of U.S. consumers think that storing their credit and banking information in the cloud is more risky than driving without a seat belt, according to a new report from Symantec. Those…

Microsoft Jumps On Android And iOS To Boost Its Wearable Strategy

Microsoft’s strategy to gather users to its cloud based services continued to grow this week as it improved its offering in the wearable space. The latest update to Microsoft Outlook on iOS increases the functionality and flexibility of the email application’s Apple Watch interface. Users of Cupertino’s digital timepiece will find it…

ALWAYS –ON SSL (AOSSL), AN IMPORTANT SECURITY TO CONSIDER BY COMPANY AND THOSE WHO HAVE FUNCTIONAL WEBSITE.

In the past many company shied away from the use of always-on SSL (AOSSL) but right now there is a growing interest in adopting AOSSL due to the increased threat from evolving cyber-attacks and the rising impact of breaches on organizations, companies and some personal website. We are encouraging companies,…

The Impossible Mission of HTML5 – Leading to The Death Of Flash

Companies now face a significant roadblock to mobile accessibility, their own courseware. For over a decade, Flash has been the preferred method of delivering rich content to users.Not anymore… About 2 years ago Flash turned out to not be fulfilling design needs anymore, so HTML5 took over. From Flash To…

Security Advice You Can Count on when it come to your computer and the internet

On January 21, 2015, Posted by , In ICT Security News,Technology, By , With No Comments

The world is awash in bad security advice that distracts from addressing the real threats. Here’s what you really need to know I couldn’t put my finger on what was nagging at me the last few months. When I finally sorted it out, it was the realization that most computer…