Fraud and Security
In a technology-centered world, keeping your data safe can seem like an impossible task. For Data Privacy Day, we’ve put together a quick guide on how to control who sees your data.
Online shopping can be convenient and budget-friendly, and it keeps you warm when the weather outside is frightful. But, it can also leave your personal and financial information vulnerable. Follow these tips for hassle-free cyber shopping.
If you’ve spent any time around computers and the internet, you’re familiar with passwords. For many years, the best practice was to go for complex passwords with a mix of character types. However, new kinds of hacking require a different approach to security.
Hacking, Fraud, Identity Theft. According to the Federal Trade Commission, the number of cases reported are growing every year. Here’s how to protect yourself.
People looking for romance are hoping to be swept off their feet, not caught up in a scam. Stay safe with a few helpful tips.
When you decide to support a cause you care about, you want your donation to count. Doing some research and planning your giving can help ensure your donations get where they’ll do good. Here are tips to help you plan your donation– and avoid scams.
The security of your computer can affect the safety of your online experience — and your kids’. Talk to your kids about what they can do to help protect your computer and your family’s personal information.
Some scammers call and claim to be computer techs associated with well-known companies; others send pop-up messages that warn about computer problems. If you get an unexpected pop-up, call, spam email or other urgent message about problems with your computer, stop. Don’t click on any links, don’t give control of your computer and don’t send any money.