Tag: Privacy

FixMeStick’s Weekly Cybersecurity Roundup: July 6th – July 12th

Hey there FixMeFans and StartMeStars! We’re back with another edition of our weekly cybersecurity roundup where we deliver the most recent comings and goings of the cybersecurity world.

This week we’re covering a recent legal complaint against WhatsApp, Google’s latest data harvesting scandal, and how Microsoft is combating the PrintNightmare bug. Keep reading for the latest in cybersecurity news!

Are You Taking the Necessary Steps to Protect Yourself and Your Privacy Online?

Each year data breaches continue to spread and pop up in places we’d never expect, effectively exposing information to anyone who wants to look. Whether it be government records, grocery store chains, or simply an individual’s consumer habits, all of us are affected by having our data exposed.

No one wants to unintentionally put their personal data at risk, so we have tips you can use to maximize your privacy – making sure you keep your personal data safe, secure, and for your eyes only.

Tips for Keeping Your Work Life Separate From Your Personal Life Online

Living in the age of the Internet means many of us have the privilege of working from home. And until the current global pandemic is over, it means a lot of us are working from home.

Here at FixMeStick we have the luxury of running our operations from the comfort of our own homes since March. We understand that it can be difficult to separate your digital work life from your online private life. Keep reading for tips to keep them separate!

Tips To Protect Your Pet’s Privacy

On March 23rd, we’re celebrating National Puppy Day! While at FixMeStick we’re still in work-from-home mode, that’s not stopping us from taking the time to appreciate our pups (and miss Chloe, our office puppy!).

If you consider your pet a member of the family – you’re not alone. In fact, six out of ten pet owners consider their pets to be part of the family, which is why we’re concerned about our pet’s privacy!

Think You’re Protected with Chrome’s Incognito? Think Again!

If you’re a Google Chrome user, you might know that this web browser offers an incognito mode. When you browse online using Chrome incognito, it’s supposed to give you more privacy so your online identity can be concealed. This is similar to InPrivate in Microsoft Edge or a Private tab in Safari. Keep reading to learn more!