In this increasingly connected world, cafes, airports, hotels and even subway lines offer readily available public internet. While public WiFi is incredibly convenient, it isn't exactly safe when it comes to protecting your privacy and personal data.
Consumer Fraud Forum Blog
From Colin Powell’s emails leak to the hack of the Democratic National Convention’s servers, it’s clear that no one is safe from digital break-ins. That said, there are still things you can do to protect your personal information while online.
With antivirus vendors and cybersecurity professionals making headway against global malware campaigns, cybercriminals are constantly looking for new ways to steal your money. Ransomware is one of those ways.
A new audit finds that almost half of the firms involved in the IRS’ Free File program didn’t protect customers’ information from potential tax identity theft.
This holiday season’s hottest gifts may also be the most hackable devices. It is essential to understand simple ways to protect these gifts from cyber-attacks.