Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But not when it involves your identity. Learn some of the many ways thieves commit identity theft, and what steps you can take to protect your good name.
Continue Reading… Identity Theft Epidemic: How Thieves Steal Your Identity Online and Offline
When searching for something on the Web, most people type in a few keywords into a search engine, such as Yahoo!, Google, or Bing and press enter. And by the magic of the Internet, you’re presented with a list of results within a fraction of a second.
Continue Reading… It’s the Most Wonderful Time… for SEO Poisoning!
Our personal email accounts enable us to send and receive messages instantly with people all around the world. While we primarily use our email accounts for communications purposes, many of us use it to sign up for accounts such as online banking, online shopping, social networks, and even alternative email accounts. But have you considered the possibility that your personal email account could be the weakest link? By “weakest link”, we mean that a compromised email account could potentially result in the accounts connected to it being compromised too. That’s why it’s important to address email security from the get go.
Continue Reading… How Your Email Account Could be the Weakest Link to your Online Accounts
Practically anywhere you go, you’ll come across public WiFi hotspots. However, this free service could spell trouble. We explore the security risks of public hotspots and what to consider before connecting to public WiFi.
Continue Reading… The Risks of Public Hotspots: How Free WiFi Can Harm You
It’s safe to say at one point or another, we’ve all used USB drives to transfer and retrieve files from one computer to the next. As convenient as USB drives are for this purpose, it’s also extremely easy for attackers to distribute malware in the same fashion.
Continue Reading… USB Drives: Are You Plugging Malware into Your PC?