Court Got It Right on DNA Evidence | #computers | #computerprotection

shutterstock Most New Jersey lawyers know that State v. Henderson, 208 N.J. 208 (2011), detailed a test for admitting eyewitness testimony at trial and permitted consideration of accepted social science evidence on the risk of misidentification. Henderson placed New Jersey in the forefront of assuring a fair trial to defendants…

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Top 5 free cybersecurity tools you can download today | #computers | #computerprotection

We’re constantly seeing spikes in phishing attacks, malicious websites and other dangers lurking on the web. All that adds up to big money. According to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, consumers lost more than $3.3 billion to fraud in 2020. You don’t have to take this lying down. Between preemptive…

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Acronis Cyber Protect Review | PCMag | #computers | #computerprotection

Acronis Cyber Protect begins at $59.00 per year and improves on the already formidable business-grade cloud backup and storage features in its more basic Acronis Cyber Backup product by doubling down on additional security and remote management features. This makes Acronis Cyber Protect an entirely new offering that seems well…

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How to Stop Windows 10’s Antivirus from Sending Files to Microsoft | #computers | #computerprotection

By default, Windows 10’s built-in antivirus automatically sends samples of suspicious files from your computer to Microsoft. While this helps boost security, you can choose to disable this option, if you like. Here, we’ll show you how to turn this option off on your PC. Why Windows 10’s Antivirus Sends…

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Systemwide Data Breach Poses Threat to Students’ Personal Information | #computers | #computerprotection

The University of California released a statement on March 31 stating they were impacted by a cyber attack that affected at least 300 organizations including several universities, such as Stanford and the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and many government agencies. This data breach of personal information was due to a…

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