Katie Shuck

Wired Wednesday: Online Safety for Your College Student

Watch where you're getting your wifi, and who you're allowing to see your location - two recommendations

We teach our kids to be wary of strangers when in person, but what about when they are online? As our kids get set to head off to college, cyber security expert Katie Shuck offers these reminders to students and their families to keep them safe – both in person and online.   Categories: Community, Community Top Story, KDLT News…

Can Your Data Ever Really Be Secure Again?

Katie Shuck, a cybersecurity expert, explains what we all should do to better protect ourselves online

It seems anymore, that if you log on to any device or save any information in what is supposed to be a secure cloud, that you do so with the understanding your information will be compromised. That includes every last bit of any sensitive information you hoped and were assured would locked up in a far away very dark place,…

Why Few Apps Are On This Tech Experts Phone

After serious breaches to WhatsApp, Instagram and other programs, check out this cybersecurity advice

Katie Shuck doesn’t keep Facebook’s app on her phone. Or Instagram, or What’sApp. She tries her best to only log into the social media sites online. If privacy and security are important to you, you’ll want to understand why. Shuck sat down with KDLT News Today’s Carleen Wild for some insight, as well as what to do if you’re logged…

Why You Need a Better Password (and How to Manage Them All)

You know you should have different passwords for different internet sites. But are you aware the best passwords to have are not just words – they’re now phrases? Katie Shuck explains why, and some other important developments in the hopes of best protecting your identity and information online, in this week’s edition of Wired Wednesday. Categories: KDLT News Today, KDLT…