Time to Switch Antivirus Programs?

Time to Switch Antivirus Programs?

Until now, Russian hacking attempts have been aimed at the finances of ordinary users. But with the worsening political relations between our countries, that has changed. As a result of the latest disturbing revelations, perhaps it’s time to stop using Kaspersky...
Too Much of a Good Thing

Too Much of a Good Thing

The abundance of the web is astonishing. Everything is just a few clicks away in immense galaxies of goods, knowledge and people. The problem is finding anything specific in all that dazzling array, and so there are handy services to search the fullness for the riches...
Who Will Teach the Robots?

Who Will Teach the Robots?

Artificial intelligence has made some incredible strides lately. Self-driving cars, talking virtual assistants, interconnected appliances and humanoid robots are no longer the stuff of sci-fi, but are becoming part of the human landscape. Researchers are excited...
Password Management May Get a Little Easier

Password Management May Get a Little Easier

The news about online security seems universally bad these days. New scary threats, like the WannaCry ransomware attacks, are larger and more vicious than ever, hitting targets around the world for payoffs in Bitcoin. There may be much more such attacks on the...
Get Started with WordPress

Get Started with WordPress

At Southwest Cyberport, we’re wild about WordPress. And what’s not to love? As mentioned in our latest newsletter, WordPress dominates the web. It is possibly the most widely-used publishing platform on the planet, powering over 76 million blogs and over a...
New Threats to Macintosh Security

New Threats to Macintosh Security

Since the dawn of personal computers, one premium brand has consistently stayed at the forefront in terms of ease of use, graphics, and other user-friendly features. This brand has been so successful that it almost defined what the personal computer is and can be...