The port of Antwerp is one of Europe’s largest docks and also one of the biggest in the world. It stretches miles, from the inland flats of Belgium to the cold waters of the North Sea and last year alone over 14,500 ships docked there, unloading 184 million tons of cargo. With about 4 million containers shipped through the port every year and potential threats from organised crime and terrorism security is pretty tight.
Phishing is a word that is thrown around a lot, and while you may have been able to glean what it means, do you really? Phishing is sometimes referred to as spoofing, hoaxing or social engineering – all are correct.
Have you heard about the Privacy Paradox? As we share more and more information with each other on Facebook, a privacy paradox has evolved. Before we get into it, take a minute to consider what you have chosen to share with all Facebook users and the World Wide Web within your Facebook profile.
Perhaps you’ve had a few friends quit Facebook recently, or maybe you’re considering doing so yourself, either way, Facebook quitters are on the rise.
There are several reasons, internet privacy, internet addiction and content are the main three that we’ll explore.
Ahoy matey, Winston ‘ere. My, my it has been a while! I’m thrilled to be back, especially because today is Talk Like a Pirate Day! Perhaps you already think I sound like a pirate with my English accent, but I think not.