Steer Clear of Fake Login Pages

February 10, 2021

For cybercriminals, stealing your login information can be just as valuable as stealing your bank account information*. If they gain access to your email and password, they may find clues in your account that they can use to create highly targeted phishing attacks against you, your organization, or your family. Once the hackers have your […]

Keep Online Transactions Safe

October 21, 2020

These days, many of us bank, communicate with healthcare providers and insurance companies, perform financial transactions, and shop via the Internet. This is convenient, but it also can put your personal information at risk if you’re not careful. Before you donate or throw away a computer, use a specially designed program to “wipe” the hard […]

What is Vishing?

September 2, 2020

Vishing* is the voice version of phishing. “V” stands for voice, but otherwise, the scam attempt is the same. The criminal uses the phone to trick a victim into handing over valuable information. Example A criminal might call an employee, posing as a co-worker. The criminal might prevail upon the victim to provide login credentials […]

Understanding Firewalls

September 2, 2020

If your computer is always on or you surf for long periods of time, you should have a firewall set up. Firewalls help stop hackers from getting into your computer and stealing personal information. They also can put your computer in stealth mode and automatically make your computer invisible to anyone on the Internet. By […]

Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities

September 2, 2020

The following are some of the major cybersecurity vulnerabilities in today’s environment*: Email If you were to ask the average consumer what account is the most important for them to keep safe and secure, you might expect them to say their bank account, PayPal, or perhaps a government portal login. However, while highly sensitive, these […]

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