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Massive Equifax Data Breach. What You Need to Know.
On September 7, 2017, Equifax, one of the big 3 consumer credit reporting agencies, announced that sensitive information for 143 million American cons…
Staying up to Date
Should you keep your device's operating system up to date? If you don’t, you may be putting your personal and financial information at risk! This …
DNA Testing and Your Privacy
Have you considered DNA testing to determine your ancestry, health risks, or for other reasons? The direct-to-consumer DNA (or genetic) testing indust…
More Ransomware! Here's What You Need to Do
Ransomware attacks are becoming more frequent and they are targeting more and more computers. Ransomware prevents access to files on a computer usuall…
Breaking News: World-Wide Computer Hack
A global cyber-attack called the "WannaCry Virus" has hit over 150 countries, including the U.S.
The Longest Vacation of Your Life
Do you want to do what you want, wherever and whenever you want, and money is not a problem? Would you like to go on the longest vacation of your life…
Concerned About Your Privacy Online? Try These Tips
Everyday there seems to be another threat to your privacy online. Your privacy is threaten by advertisers and social media tracking you online, the co…
Identity Thieves May Have Stolen Tax Info through FAFSA Tool
A rite of going to college is filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Anyone who has filled out the FAFSA knows how com…
Who's Using Your Netflix Account?
You may not be the only one... Scammers use malware and phishing emails to grab your Netflix account details from your PC and sell your account for …
How Safe Are Your "Smart" Appliances?
All your smart appliances connected to the internet may be at risk of hacking, viruses or malware. Help reduce your potential risks with the tips in…
Another Yahoo! Data Breach. Over a Billion Users Affected.
Yahoo announced on December 14, 2016, that a major data breach occurred in 2013 which affected over 1 billion accounts. This breach is larger and is a…
Take 5 Steps to Protect Your Privacy and Financial Information
Identity theft and fraud targeting your financial information and well-being continue to increase. In its latest figures, the Federal Trade Commission…
Over 1 Million Android Devices Infected by Malware
Over 1 million Android devices worldwide have been infected by malicious software. This malware attack campaign, named Gooligan, is affecting over 13,…
What You Should Know About the New Broadband Privacy Rules
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted rules that require broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to protect the privacy of their…
With the Holiday Shopping Season Upon Us, Beware of Fake Apps
With more and more people using mobile devices for shopping, scammers have turned to apps to target consumers. Fake retail and product apps have been …
Should You Be Giving Your Personal Data?
Did you notice many websites ask for your phone number or more? Should you be giving this very personal data? To some companies, sure. To others, d…
What Everyone Should Do as a Result of the Yahoo Breach
Yahoo announced on September 22, that user account information associated with at least 500 million accounts was stolen in late 2014.
Medical ID Theft: What Do You Need to Know?
Medical identity theft is a fast growing type of identity theft. It is the use of your name and/or your health insurance information, including your s…
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