We’ve Been Compromised: Financial Security Breaches [infographic]

March 2, 2012 |  by  |  Crime  |  No Comments
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Hacker groups are becoming a more common sight in news headlines recently. Some of these groups claim to help society with their hacking, but too many use their skills for crime. Thousands of people have their identity stolen every year, and hacking is one of the best ways to find out private information.

I have no idea the last time my bank was hacked, but I know it couldn’t of been that long ago. Citygroup had an security breach just last year. I know if the third largest bank can get hacked, none are safe. Find out what you can do for your own security and give your bank a call to see what precautions they are taking. Data loss prevention solutions have increased 17% in the last three years, make sure you stay in the know. [CenturyLink Business]

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Is Your Job Killing You? [infographic]

February 29, 2012 |  by  |  Health  |  4 Comments
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Today’s infographic takes a look at work related stress and the impact it can have on a person’s day to day life. It states heart disease, depression, stroke, and sleep trouble can all start with high stress levels. Anything from a heavy workload to worrying about your job security can have you wound tighter than a two dollar watch.

One in four workers believe they work in a stressful environment. Listed in the top ten most stressful jobs include commercial pilot, public relations officer, and senior corporate executive. This infographic isn’t complete gloom and doom. It also list ways to improve your work environment, ending the feeling of impending death when you cross the threshold of the workplace. I know it can be hard to be “that” guy, but it could potentially save your life. [Via]

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Health Habits, Worldwide [infographic]

February 28, 2012 |  by  |  Food, Health, Lifestyle  |  4 Comments
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Health, while important, is easily shoved to the back burner. Convenience is frequently chosen over health, which is why fast food chains have continued to be a popular choice for meals. Films such as Super Size Me and many other food related documentaries on Netflix have to offer, people should be inspired to eat better and keep their health in check.

Across countries, whole grains are considered to be the top healthy food, and is consistently in the top three health food purchased by region. Other popular health foods are yogurt, iodine enhanced salt and low cholesterol butter or margarine. World inhabitants looking to loose weight are quick to change their diet, which is important for weight loss, and is followed by exercise. And while over 50% of the world percieves themselves to be over weight, the highest percentage is in North America. North Americans need to change their diet, start exercising and begin to see themselves more positively. [Via]

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The Future (According to Films) [infographic]

February 27, 2012 |  by  |  Funny, Movies  |  5 Comments
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With the Oscars having been on last night I thought this infographic would be a pretty cool one to share with ya’ll today. This infographic assumes the Mayans are wrong and we will continue existing past this year. It is a nice timeline of when films would theoretically take place in the timeline. Enjoy! [via]

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Are Mobile Devices Destroying Your Body? [infographic]

February 26, 2012 |  by  |  Health, Recreation, Tech  |  2 Comments
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Though most of my peers are tightly chained to their devices, few of us seem to grasp that. Being truly chained to convenience, most cannot see the parasite for what it is.

Of course, mobile technology has its uses. It’s even ridiculous to point that out. But have you ever felt a distinct repulsion from your mobile phone? Perhaps your delicate eyes, when confronted by the screen, were offended by the fluorescent, hypnotic glare. ..

If you’ve ever felt at a complete distance from your phone, there are some very good, proven reasons that explain this aversion.

Listed below are the insidious, detrimental effects of those seemingly helpful sidekicks.
Personally, I’ve been very aware of the effects of screens on my eyes for a long time. My cave-fish blindness and light sensitivity has heightened my awareness of the raw fire of the screen since cell phones were ever around me.

In fact, as the infographic illustrates, such screens manage to attack all of our senses. Read on to clarify exactly what your plastic “friend” is doing to you. (via)

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