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Identity theft is when someone impersonates you and uses your personal data like your credit cards, name, Social Security number, etc.
Risk is the possibility of something bad happening. Risk Management refers to techniques you can use to lower the change of something bad happening.
Keeping strong passwords, using a password manager, and not reusing passwords across your different accounts are some of the top password safeguards.
It’s important to have some visibility or a plan to manage how your children are accessing and using their Internet connected devices.
Fraud can happen to anyone in many forms. Some examples are wire fraud, mail fraud, drivers’ license fraud, health care fraud, credit fraud, voter fraud and more.
The dark web is a part of the Internet that isn’t indexed by search engines (i.e. Google). The dark web consists of thousands of websites that are often nefarious.
Data sharing between companies is becoming more and more prevalent. Not only that, but the information companies are collecting on you is more than ever before.
Social Engineering, Phishing, Malware, Viruses, Out of Date Software, and Password Compromise are all examples of Data Security Threats.
Your data has been breached. Now what? You probably weren’t even the cause of the data breach.
We all love the many forms of connectivity offered to us through our devices and the internet, but the truth is, there are significant threats to our privacy as we store information online and on our connected devices. It’s vital that you protect your information
We’ve all heard the term “the dark web”, usually in some scary, abstract way. Many of us probably assume the dark web has nothing to do with us but what we don’t know actually can hurt us. So what is the dark web?
The flexibility to work remotely, from any location in the world, is a tempting offer. But without proper internet security knowledge and protocols, remote work may lead to unexpected harm to your personal and business data.
Hacking has been used and abused in large-scale schemes for decades, so let’s talk about some of the biggest hacks of all time.