Facebook And Google Receive Complaints Over Gdpr

May 25th, 2018

In this week's Technology Today, we discuss the NEW accusations against Google, Facebook and Facebook-ownedInstagram and WhatsApp.

Here's The Situation

We all know EU's GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has been coming at us, full force, for the past two years.

Themoon Botnet Is Attacking A Zero-day Vulnerability In Gpon Wifi Routers

May 24th, 2018

In this week's Technology Today, we discuss TheMoon botnet, that sneaks its way through a zero-day vulnerability loophole in GPON WiFi routers - beware!


This is not the first warning against DASAN GPON WiFi routers; however, some people still have them synced to the internet! If so, remove ASAP! Why? Well, security researchers from Qihoo 360 Netlab verified that TheMoon is mining data via an undisclosed zero-day vulnerability and ultimately allowing the attacker to take full control of the device, remotely.

Microsoft’s Surface Hub 2 Is Seriously Futuristic

May 18th, 2018

In this week's Technology Today, we celebrate Microsoft's latest roll out of conference room displays, the Surface Hub 2!


The NEW Surface Hub 2 is adorned with 50.5" display vs the original, Surface Hub's 55" or 84" options. Unlike its predecessor, the 2 has 4K+ resolution, ensuring world-class clarity - not to mention, the bezels are vastly thinner than everything else on the market.

Covee Is Creating Coveted Collaboration

May 1st, 2018

This week's Technology Today highlights Covee - the latest way to collaborate with others, via blockchain.


This NEW platform allows minds from all over, with whom are trying to solve the same problem, come together, collaborate and potentially solve said problem.

Intel To Use Virus Scanning For Better Functionality And Battery Usage

April 18th, 2018

This week's Technology Today reveals Intel's next move - giving virus scanners access to GPU's, in an effort to promote longer battery life and improve overall functionality. What does this mean? Read on to find out!

This Will Improve Overall Computer Health

With Intel prepared to allow virus scanners access to GPUs (Graphics Processing Unit), this will relieve CPUs (Central Processing Unit) of being inundated and bogged down.

A Firewall Is Crucial In Protecting Priceless Data

April 12th, 2018

This week's Technology Today is all about Firewalls, and why they are essential in defending your data from cybercriminals.

Why Implement A Firewall?

Lets start with the basics - are your computers and servers connected to the internet? If so, you need a firewall; now, more than ever.

Jokerstash Strikes Again

April 2nd, 2018

This week's Technology Today divulges the truth behind JokerStash and its most recent attack on beloved department stores.

The Attack

Last week, JokerStash, also known as Fin7, released 125,000 of the 5 million debit and credit cards stolen from Hudson Bay Co. (HBC), on the dark web.

Zenis Ransomware To Leave Data Backups Encrypted

March 26th, 2018

This week's Technology Today uncovers the good, the bad and the techy tid bits of Zenis - the ransomware that leaves your data encrypted, whether you pay or not!

The Virus

This sneaky little Trojan of a virus is targeting small to mid-sized businesses and web servers.

Typingdna Will Revolutionize How To Spot A Hacker

March 20th, 2018

This week's Technology Today dives into TypingDNA and how it is transforming the way we identify a security breach.

The Concept

The concept is simple - TypingDNA analyzes whether you are the one using your computer, tablet or smartphone, by studying your typing style to detect patterns - hence the name.