News | February 3, 2020

EMPIST Tech Talk Weekly Newsletter: Monday, February 3, 2020

EMPIST’s Weekly Tech Talk 

Tech Talk News 

It’s time for the weekly Tech Talk news to begin. Discover the latest trends in marketing, tech news, trivia, and more.   

The EMPIST Tech Talk News Update 

Over 30 million people had their credit card information published on Joker’s Stash, which is the largest fraudulent card dumping site on the internet. When this list was investigated, it was revealed that all the card information was taken from the convenience store chain Wawa. Read the full story >>   


5 Digital Design Trends for 2020  

2020 has arrived, and the future of graphic design is here. Whether you’re a designer looking to boost an existing skill or a business owner browsing for marketing inspiration, these design trends are sure to pop up in all aspects of digital design in the coming year. Read the blog >>  

EMPIST’s Tech Talk News Tip 

From the EMPIST Help Desk 

A simple way that hackers can steal your login credentials is to send you to a fake login page via email. However, unless you just reset a password, a company would rarely ask you to log in to an account via email. 

EMPIST’s Tech Talk News Trivia 

Question: What was the name of the company that got its start after the browser Mosaic launched? 

Answer: Netscape  

EMPIST’s Tech Talk News Marketing Spotlight 

Doritos aired its new promotion for Flamin‘ Hot Limón chips at the Grammy Awards. The campaign featured hip-hop artist Post Malone as “Post Limón,” trying the new chips. Shortly after he tries the Flamin‘ Hot Limón chips, he is sporting a neon green suit and Doritos-themed face tattoo. Read the full story >>

Coffee with Kampas 

Episode 18: Mamba Mentality  

In today’s Coffee with Kampas, EMPIST Founder & CEO John Kampas honors the legendary work ethic and passion of Kobe Bryant both on and off the court. Watch now >>