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Robert Siciliano
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Personal Security and Identity theft Expert and Speaker
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ROBERT SICILIANO, CEO of IDTheftSecurity.com is fiercely committed to informing, educating, and empowering Americans so they can be protected from violence and crime in the physical and virtual worlds. His “tell it like it is” style is sought after by major media outlets, executives in the C-Suite of leading corporations, meeting planners, and community leaders to get the straight talk they need to stay safe in a world in which physical and virtual crime is commonplace. Siciliano is accessible, real, professional, and ready to weigh in and comment at a moment’s notice on breaking news.
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First Aid for the Heartbleed Bug
www.americanexpress.com

Despite Heartbleed's designation as one of the most serious computer security threats ever, experts say you shouldn't panic. Relief is just

Security Options
www.securityoptions.com

Home security superstore located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. We have an instore hands on showroom for all things related to residential or c

Bad romance? Canadian companies and BYOD
ca.finance.yahoo.com

A lover’s quarrel is the kind of thing you tend to keep out of the office, but within the smartphones and tablets of many companies lies the

It's Data Privacy Day, and It's a Mess
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It's Data Privacy Day, and It's a Mess - The Huffington Post

5 Technology Tips to navigate Winter Travel
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Being stuck at an airport due to winter weather can be a real downer, but with an assortment of devices, apps and other instruments for conn

Risks and Solutions When Cloud Computing
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A public cloud service can bring on five risks to a business. Here they are, and their solutions. The three A’s: authentication, authorizati

Mobile Phone Hacking: proactive and reactive Responses
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Mallorie’s Android phone was acting odd, like it was possessed. The thing had a mind of its own, sending garbled texts and gambling. Ghost?

Home Invasion results in Child Casualties
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Two young girls died after a man broke into their second-story Cleveland apartment and set it afire. This was after the man forced the 55-ye

6 Ways to Declutter Your Digital Life
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It’s the New Year so time for new starts and new resolutions. With a new year upon us, now is a good time to clean out the clutter. Clutter

“Predictive Analytics”: Technologies that read your Mind
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There’s an app that can practically read your mind via your mobile device. The technology is called predictive analysis, and Google’s Now ap

Find Missing Kids with SafetyLink
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Find your lost car keys, smartphone and abducted child. Yes, you read that correctly: There’s now a device that can locate your missing chil

Tax Season Scams Bite Businesses
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There are numerous tax related scams out there. And as a business or even a consumer, forewarned is forearmed. Tax relief. Predators scan th

Older Technologies Facilitate Credit Card Fraud
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America the Superpower is also the super choice for criminals wanting to steal credit card information. Security experts warn that this prob

10 Credit Score Truths and Myths
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If your personal information gets compromised, a thief will open up financial accounts in your name. However, they will not pay the bills, a

Burglars busted bolstering Buffoonery
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Social media makes dumb criminals look (and act) even dumber. Take the case of Damian and Rolando Lozano of Texas, who were suspected of ste

10 credit score truths and myths
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10 credit score truths and myths - The Huffington Post

5 Sneaky Smartphone Spy Tricks
www.menshealth.com

Whether you’re a secret agent or just a bit paranoid, these tips will secure your mobile communications—and stop snoops from tracking you

10 Tips to Keep Your Data Private Online
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The Internet has become an essential tool for most of us and a part of our everyday lives. We rely on it to send/receive emails, post/share

Corporate BYOD puts Client Data at risk
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When employees improperly use mobiles, they put their companies at risk for data breaches. This includes leaving lots of sensitive data on t

Next Steps in Wearable Tech
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Tech devices are rapidly evolving from those you carry around with you in a pocket to those you wear on an arm, and they seem to be getting

I travel on business and seeking out ribs is high on my list when I land. I've eaten at dozens of rib joints in TN, KY, TX, MO, NY and elsewhere. Dekes is without a doubt in my top 3. Deke is the real deal. He's passionate about his food and a stickler about quality. Deke's wife is a lovely woman as well. This is a family owned restaurant and they treat everyone as such. The food is excellent. Everything is fresh, made from scratch. Every time I go in there I walk out completely full and have plenty of money left over. High quality, inexpensive and the drinks a excellent too.
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