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While adjusting to life under a pandemic, we’ve become familiar with a host of medical and safety terminology that either didn’t exist before or was of little interest to anyone not in the medical or scientific community. Phrases like social distancing, contact tracing, and super-spreader have now become part of the common lexicon. They matter […]

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U.S. motorists worry about the cybersecurity of their connected vehicles, according to a survey by HSB, part of Munich Re. Some even believe a hacker could confront them over their car audio systems or disable automotive safety features. Connected vehicles and cybersecurity The HSB poll by Zogby Analytics found that 37 percent of consumers who […]

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Pop quiz: What has been the most popular — and therefore least secure — password every year since 2013? If you answered “password,” you’d be close. “Qwerty” is another contender for the dubious distinction, but the champion is the most basic, obvious password imaginable: “123456.” Yes, tons of people still use “123456” as a password, […]

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