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Don’t Take the Free Crypto Money

Beware of the Orb and its all-seeing eye. This company is backed by some major players in the cryptocurrency market and is trying hard to develop a global “collectively owned digital currency”. They are giving away free crypto coins in exchange for your biometric data. The privacy risks are frightening. Here’s what you need to know.

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10 Tips for Cyber-Safe Online Learning

Learning at home, whether hybrid or full online schooling remains a reality for many families whether by choice or by circumstance. Online schooling is here to stay and it does have its benefits, but it also brings growing cybersecurity and privacy risks for children and their families – especially family members working from home.

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Protecting Employees: The Rising Need for Personal and Home Cyber Protection

It’s the digital age. And a new normal in the workplace. With personal cybercrime and identity theft cases continuing to skyrocket, you have the opportunity and even the responsibility to help protect your employees against these devastating risks.

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Cyber-Safe Summer Travel Tips

Identity theft and cybercrime continue to rise at epidemic levels, and with a care-free summer of travel and vacations coming, thieves have come up with new schemes now being unleashed on travelers. Here are some of the most important things you can do to stay cyber-safe when you leave home and hit the road.

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Home Title Theft: Should You Be Worried?

A thief can steal your wallet, your car, your money and even your identity. But could an identity thief also steal your house? The short answer is yes, but you should know the details first before you start worrying too much about this new form of identity fraud.

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Avoid Tax Fraud Scams this Tax Season

Tax season presents a great opportunity for cybercriminals and identity thieves to target email inboxes with phishing emails related to preparing and filing tax returns. These malicious emails often impersonate the IRS or state tax agencies. With a new wave of tax identity fraud hitting the U.S. this year, there are several things you should know to steer clear of these scams and protect your bank accounts.

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The Deep Dark Web

You don't need to know everything about the dark web to know the dangers it poses to yourself and what you can do to protect your family.

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Recovering from Identity Theft

Unfortunately, identity theft is becoming all too common. What do you now that your identity has been compromised? How do I restore what has been taken, and better yet, how can I ensure that I can lock down my identity in the future.

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Top 10 Ways to Prevent ID Theft

If you aren’t concerned about ID theft and protecting your personal privacy, maybe you should be. The number of ID theft cases doubled last year according to the FTC. Here’s how you can take control of your security and privacy.

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Tax Season or Open Season?

Millions of Americans will suffer from tax return ID theft this year again. Here is some helpful advice in keeping your tax refund and identity safe from cyber criminals this tax season.

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The Rise in Cyber Crime

With the rise in crime affecting more and more Americans, there are ways to protect yourself. Information and action can keep you safe in a time when informational crime is on the rise.

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Diversify Your Security Revenue through Cybersecurity

Additional products can diversify and grow your revenue. Home cybersecurity protections can add as much as $7.50/month to your existing revenue.

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Mitigate Cyber Risks with Cyber Insurance

With many cybersecurity threats out of your control, it’s time to consider cyber liability insurance to help protect your business.

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Android Users: Your Guide to Security and Privacy

Android users continue to fall victim to cyberattacks on their mobile devices. Here’s why you need to revisit your user-habits.

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COVID-19 VACCINE SCAMS

As COVID-19 vaccines become available, it’s imperative that individuals and families avoid the scams that will undoubtedly go along with it. Distribution plans are in full force and scams are arising ....

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‘Tis the Season for Cybercrime

Just because you are in the safety of your own home does not mean you’re safe from cybercriminals. Don’t let your holidays be ruined by a fake website or scam email. Here are a few important tips and reminders to stay cybersafe!

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Stay Connected – Stay Safe; Secure your smart home.

We are all connected - connected to the worldwide superhighway enabling our devices to sync to the web then access data via our mobile devices, watches, laptops, or other internet devices.

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Attracting and Retaining Remote Employees

Attracting quality employees is difficult. Providing additional cybersecurity benefits can help attract and retain employees. The landscape is changing as more companies are allowing employees to work remotely.

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COVID-19 & The Work-From-Home Security Playbook

Working from home has become normal this year. As COVID-19 continues to plaque businesses and families, there are a few risk factors that families must be aware of. Be sure to be aware of best practices and ensure you are protected.

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Spike in Unemployment Benefits Fraud: What Employers Should Do

In the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there has been an explosion of unemployment insurance fraud nationwide. Employers have a responsibility to respond quickly to fraudulent unemployment claims and help employees whose personal information has been stolen.

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Could Your Business Survive a Data Breach?

58% of small and medium-sized businesses have suffered from a cyber attack or data breach. Could your business survive the potentially catastrophic damages? Many don’t.

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As law firms move to remote work, here’s how to limit cyber risks.

With attorneys and staff being asked to work from home, safeguarding confidential client and employee information should become a top management priority.

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Medical Identity Theft: How to Protect Yourself

Your medical information is a goldmine for cyber criminals and fraudsters. Unfortunately, medical identity theft affects millions of Americans every year, and it can wreak havoc on your finances and even your health.

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