With the holiday season already upon us, now is a great time to go over Internet security tips so you and your family can stay safe into the new year and beyond. If you follow the news, you know that online data theft is a constant threat. The good news is that it’s easy to… Read More
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and so we thought it would be a good time to look at how the most plugged-in sector of our population, millennials, are taking steps to ensure their online security. The National Cyber Security Alliance just released a survey which provides both good and bad news about young… Read More
Recently, England’s premier soccer players were warned not to use public WiFi when they travel to Russia to participate in the World Cup in 2018. According to BBC Sports, the team fears that hackers can easily intercept leaks about the team, as well as personal player information, should they login to unsecured WiFi. Team officials… Read More
Earlier this year, the Harvard Business Review published a story about the hidden dangers of public WiFi networks and urged everyone to stop using them. They cited a recent study conducted by the Identity Theft Resource Center® (ITRC) in conjunction with Private WiFi which indicated that nearly 80% of people admit to using public WiFi… Read More
Have you been in an airport lately? While some people travel for leisure to escape always being “connected”, there are others who find it necessary to stay in touch. Here are some recommendations for keeping your personal information safe while on the road.