Firewall and antivirus technology emerged in the late 1980s, yet consumers today still neglect to secure their PCs with both. Discover the important roles
antivirus and firewall play in your PC security, and how they complement one another to keep your PC protected.
Continue Reading… Is Your PC Security Incomplete? Why You Need Both Firewall & Antivirus
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t give your home WiFi router another thought after checking to make sure it has Internet connection. But did you know that your home WiFi router is a crucial component to your overall
While a WiFi router means no more hassling with messy Ethernet cables, you could unknowingly be putting your data at risk of being intercepted if you don’t properly secure it.
Continue Reading… Is Your Router Easy to Hack? Learn How To Properly Secure Your Router.
You’re hanging out in a campus coffee shop, surfing the Internet on a
public WiFi network. You’re paying bills, reading email, and posting some funny photos taken in your dorm room last night.
And with each of those activities, you’re a potential target for cybercriminals, viruses, spyware, and other threats.
Continue Reading… Heading Back to School? Don’t Forget About Your PC Security Basics!
Summer is a time to get away, to relax, and just to forget about it all. But make sure you don’t let your guard down! When you go on vacation, criminals go to work. Take the right precautions or your trip could cost you much more than the price of airfare and hotel stay!
Continue Reading… Vacationing This Summer? Don’t Get Burned By Criminals & Online Threats!
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Online privacy is a topic getting a lot of attention these days and has become a large concern among consumers. While the obvious solution is to take steps to better protect your online privacy, a survey published in
found that 62% of U.S. consumers “have done nothing to protect their privacy on the Internet.” This doesn’t mean consumers don’t care about privacy. In fact, the same survey notes that 58% of online users are concerned that the Consumer Reports National Security Agency (NSA) may be spying on them.
Continue Reading… Online Privacy: How to Minimize Your Digital Footprint
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