Tor for Newbies: How and Why to Use It #infographic
Every device that connects to the internet has an internet protocol (IP) address - a unique number that identifies it to the servers and websites it communicates with. If you ever want to hide your IP address (and your location and browsing history with it) in a maze of servers, Tor is a sure bet. Here's how to get started. When you use Tor's browser, your internet traffic is routed through a number of different volunteer computers around the world (called 'relays'). This makes it extremely…
How Information Travels From Your Computer To data Centers #infographic
In a sense, the internet is a new frontier. It started as a realm with no rules, and gradually over the last three decades, a system with structure has developed. Data centers run the Internet. But how is information delivered from data centers to your computer screen?
Delving into the Darknet: A Look at the Rapid Growth of the Anonymous Internet
An infographic looking at the Darknet (from September 2014). The most popular way to access the darknet is with a modified version of Firefox, called the "Tor Browser".
Welcome to the Darknet: The Underground for the "Underground"
Do you know about the Darknet and TOR? Here's an interesting piece of information if you are interested in the web security.
How To Protect Your Online Personal Brand and Reputation
Your online reputation and personal brand is made up of what people can find about you when they tap your name into a search. Not only is it integral to have social media profiles at places like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. Your brand will also be reflected in any blog posts you have written, forum entries and comments online. You don’t have to be squeaky clean – it’s as important to be interesting and relevant – but an awful lot of damage can be done in a very brief period of time by…
The Deep Web: What You Won't Find On Google (Infographic)
There are parts of the internet that you probably don't know about, and that the government doesn't want you to know about. The Deep Web, accessible only from special web browsers, is a private and …
Everything You Need To Know About The Internet Of Things
A few months ago I wrote a post called, A Simple Explanation Of The Internet Of Things where I tried to provide some clarity around what this new connected world means for all of us. In the article I mentioned some of the driving forces behind this. "Broadband Internet is become more [...]
Survey: Internet of Things… Is it time to fear the dark side? [Infographic]
New security threats, more devices – companies starting to think about IoT, its relevance to and impact on their business. A survey carried out by GFI Software found that the growing relevance of IoT for SMBs means growing security threats, greater device management challenges and increased costs for IT management.
Jiffypix... It's worth waiting for... - Jiffypix
An army of mighty little workers are eh… working. Working on bringing a new platform into the world. It really is worth waiting for… You’ll see, you’ll all see… Hmm that’s a bit much. Just wait and see for yourself. But, what is Jiffypix? Jiffypix is a totally new way to grow your audience, engagement, […]
Decomposing the Internet of things: A $14.4 Trillion Opportunity
The Internet of Things (IoT) is turning out to be bigger than the Internet itself. And with size comes the promise of improved asset utilization, proc
Increase The Security Of Your Social Media Accounts - #infographic
There are a number of examples where a hacker breaks into a branded social media account to harvest data, or just have some LOLs. Here are some proactive steps that you can take to keep your social media account secure, and lower your chances of getting hacked dramatically.