What Your Apps Know About You

Risky AppsOh, the digitally centered lives we lead.

Want to track your calorie intake? There’s an app for that

How about snagging the best parking spot at the mall? There’s an app for that, too.

With apps for just about everything nowadays, it’s hard to remember a time when we didn’t rely on them for everything.

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Victim of an Identity Fraud Incident? Do These 6 Things

What to do in case of identity fraudIn a past post we discussed how to keep yourself safe from identity fraud. Our ever-increasing reliance on “all things digital” creates the perfect storm for hackers to steal not only passwords and logins, but our very identities, too. Previously, we highlighted some of the most important tactics you need to be aware of to keep your personal details secure in a world that seems to hemorrhage information. With the right habits and tools, you lessen your chances of becoming part of an ID fraud statistic.

But sometimes, you can be doing all the right things, and through no fault of your own, wind up compromised, as was seen in the too-many-to-count hacks of 2015. Last year was truly a watershed year in terms of hacks and it’s estimated that over one half of American adults had their identity compromised in some way. If you were one of those people, there are some things you can do to minimize the impact of the loss of that private information. And when it comes to your identity, time isn’t really on your side. Don’t spend precious moments wondering what to do next, just get going with anything and everything you can to reduce the damage.

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Love & Protect: 4 Perfect Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Valentine's Day Gift IdeasValentine’s Day is the quintessential time to show the one you love your appreciation. And what says “You mean so much to me” more than a box of chocolates? Or a bottle of wine? Boring, overdone, and if you think about it, these typical gifts aren’t a very personal way to show you care. If you’re looking for a creative, yet practical way to show your appreciation, why not get your special somebody something that could actually make their lives better and more secure?

No, we aren’t suggesting to buy your significant other a small underground bunker or a body guard to keep away from any potential danger – that would be, well, extreme. But think about this – in 2014, identity fraud and breaches cost some 12.7 million Americans $16 billion. And countless people lost time, money and information to hacks and viruses that could have been prevented. Wouldn’t you like to make sure your true love is in the clear?  To that end, we present to you some security-minded Valentine’s Day gift ideas that will let your sweetheart know you really care.

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How to Protect Yourself Against Identity Fraud

Prevent online identity fraudAfter a year filled with gargantuan corporate hacks and countless “little ones”, it’s time to face the reality that there is a decent chance that you or someone you love may become a victim of identity fraud sometime soon. While exact statistics for 2015 have not been released yet, in 2014 more than 70 million Americans had their sensitive information exposed in data breaches that could very easily lead to identity fraud.

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Your Smart Gadget Just Might be a Privacy Risk

Internet of ThingsNow that the holiday season is behind us, it’s time to get back to the important things in life, the things that really matter most – presents. Chances are, among your pile o’ gifts there were some internet-connected gadgets and they, like any internet-connected device, can be a security and privacy risk.

We’ve come up with some simple things you can do to guarantee your privacy without much hassle.

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