Blockbuster Movie Plots Fixed With A VPN

Lots of movies have contrived and ridiculous plot points. Some of them manage to have huge, gaping plot holes too, while others just ignore readily available technology that could wrap things up in minutes. The following films most definitely fit into all three of these categories, but we’re going to focus on the latter. Without… Read More »

The Snowden Effect: 4 Things We’ve Learned Since the Privacy Bubble Exploded

The Snowden Effect (noun): To raise global awareness towards privacy and security rights In 2013 NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked highly classified documents that exposed how governments around the world conduct mass surveillance. Minute, intimate details were recorded in painstaking detail. The issue of privacy instantly became a heated subject. Tech companies worked feverishly to… Read More »

Six Big Data Security Predictions for 2016

2015 was full of newsworthy cybersecurity breaches. Hackers revealed the names and credit card details of 33 million people who frequented the online-cheating website Ashley Madison. Researchers demonstrated how incredibly easy it is to remotely control a car over the Internet. And a teenager hacked into the private email account of CIA director John Brennan…. Read More »