Security Products Reviewer, PCMag.com
Neil Rubenking reviews security products for PCMag Digital Network.
share.cisco.com — Did you know? 71% of employees disobey company personal device policies. Infographic shows how Cisco Security Intelligence Operations helps protect your network against real-world risks.
blog.mozilla.org — Alex Fowler Last week, media reports emerged that the US government is requiring vast amounts of data from Internet and phone companies via top secret surveillance programs. The revelations, which confirm many of our worst fears, raise serious questions about individual privacy protections, checks on government power and court orders impacting some of the most popular Web services.
pcmag.com — By Neil J. Rubenking For all-day every day security, you want a full-scale antivirus to keep malware attacks away from your system. Sometimes, though, you can't even install that full-scale protection because the malware fights back. In cases like that, a free, cleanup-only tool like Norman Malware Cleaner 2.08 can be a life saver.
blog.cloudflare.com — Over the last week we've closely watched the disclosures about the alleged NSA PRISM program. At CloudFlare, we have never been approached to participate in PRISM or any other similar program. We do, from time to time, receive subpoenas and court orders. A human being on our team reviews each of these requests manually.
securitywatch.pcmag.com — The revelations about our government's electronic spying initiatives just keep coming. Learning that Verizon turned over reams of phone-call metadata to the NSA seemed alarming, at first. That story was quickly overshadowed by detailed information about the much more extensive PRISM electronic surveillance program, leaked by NSA tech Edward Snowden.
stopwatching.us — Dear Members of Congress, We write to express our concern about recent reports published in the Guardian and the Washington Post, and acknowledged by the Obama Administration, which reveal secret spying by the National Security Agency (NSA) on phone records and Internet activity of people in the United States.
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