Tag Archives: Secure Data

Using Zoom while working from home? Here are the privacy risks to watch out for

by Rae Hodge, c|net

Don’t let tattle-tale software features disrupt your remote workflow.

Now that you’ve finished choosing your custom Zoom background, mercifully sparing your fellow workers-from-home the sight of a growing pile of gym socks behind your desk, you might think you’ve got a handle on the conference call software du jour. Unfortunately, there are a few other data security considerations to make if you want to hide your dirty laundry. 

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How to Securely Wipe Your Smartphone’s Data

by Joseph Steinberg, Inc.

“Factory resetting” a device often does not prevent later users from recovering your files that were previously stored on it. Here’s what you need to know.

Are you planning to upgrade your smartphone, to sell your old device, or to give it to a child or friend?

Were you planning to “factory reset” your device to clean out all your data?

Unfortunately, in many cases, “factory resetting” a device does not stop later users from accessing your data. Continue reading How to Securely Wipe Your Smartphone’s Data