Even if your password isn’t “123456,” “password,” or “qwerty” — some of the most commonly used ones out there—odds are good that other people know your password. That’s because of two reasons:
Billions of leaked credentials have found their way… (Continue Reading)
“Amateurs hack systems, professionals hack people.” —Bruce Schneier – privacy specialist
Social engineering is a new term to describe someone who uses psychological manipulation to get someone else to divulge confidential information or perform actions (e.g., click a link in… (Continue Reading)
To enhance our customer’s TV viewing experience, TDS has produced several user guides to help our customers navigate our products. On our website, we have user guides and quick reference guides on Catch TV including an introduction to MyDVR, using… (Continue Reading)
This month marks the 15th year of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)—an annual initiative designed to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and provide resources to help Americans stay safe online.
Cybersecurity is a broad term used to describe… (Continue Reading)
Dear TDS Customers,
Each spring and fall, TV service for TDS customers experience a technical phenomenon called “sun outages.” This fall, the solar satellite interference are expected from Oct. 5-13.
Solar interference happens when the sun’s path across the sky… (Continue Reading)
Data breaches aren’t going away—in fact, data indicates that they’re happening more often than ever before.
A 2018 report says that 75% of U.S. retailers have experienced a breach, with 50% experiencing the issue in the last year. Check out… (Continue Reading)
Stores across the country are starting to roll out their back-to-school inventories, signaling the end of summer is near. If you or someone you know is getting ready to head off to college, here are some gadgets you may want… (Continue Reading)
We are often wary of our phones or computers getting hacked, but we often overlook a much less obvious –but potentially far more dangerous – piece of tech falling into hackers’ hands. Our cars are becoming just as connected as… (Continue Reading)
Home access to computers and the internet has expanded dramatically over the last two decades. According to Child Trends, more and more children, some as young as three-years-old, are accessing the online world. With this trend continuing for years to… (Continue Reading)
Meltdown and Spectre are names given to two different security bugs found in June of 2017 by Google. These bugs are far-reaching and impact a wide-range of computers, mobile devices and servers across many operating systems, such as iOS, MacOS,… (Continue Reading)