Online Security Tips While Traveling

By: Jane Farrell Lack of secure Internet access and haphazard habits online can wreak havoc lasting long after beach tans fade away. According to Pew Research, about 27 percent of adults in the U.S. age 65 or older own a tablet or e-reader device and 18 percent of seniors own a smartphone. Downloading an e-book or sending a quick note home…

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Celebrity Security Hacks Are Not The Only Hacks: Protecting Your Business And Home

December, 8 2016 TJ McCue Cybersecurity is in the news nearly every day. Some celebrity gets hacked or a corporation “loses” a large number of email or account usernames and passwords. Depending on where you look, it is a $400 Billion plus problem with costs or damages in the Trillions overall. Read More.

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8 Tips To Keep Your Money Safe When You Shop!

December 10, 2016 By Dian Farmer Shopping online has become much more popular recently.  It is just so convenient.  I know for me, I am sitting at my desk working and I think of something I want or need and I immediately look it up online and sometimes go right ahead and purchase it then. Read More

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Solving Security Fatigue: Four Ways to Improve Password Use

December 6, 2016 By Brian J. Dooley People are getting tired of security measures. According to a recent report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), security fatigue is a growing phenomenon that may cause users to dismiss the importance of security altogether. On average, users access about 20 secured sites regularly. Security fatigue is created by unexpected…

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5 Tips to Fortify Any Business Against Crippling Cyber Attacks

October 28, 2016 Hackers are not only an issue for celebrities with embarrassing photos they do not want public. Large corporations are also victims of cybersecurity breaches, and it is an on-going problem that needs a solution. Trade secrets, internal emails, even unremarkable communications between colleagues can be accessed by criminals and become a major crisis. Read More. 

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4 Things You Should Never Do On Public Wi-Fi

August 1, 2016 Public Wi-Fi networks―like those in coffee shops, airports and hotels―may be convenient, but they’re not nearly as safe as you think. Even if you enter a password to log on, you’re still sharing a network with strangers. And just because most wireless routers have a firewall to protect you from the scary World Wide Web, it doesn’t…

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Is Facebook eavesdropping on your conversations?

June 3, 2016 Internet security expert Shaun Murphy joins Brian Noonan (in for Roe Conn) and Anna Davlantes to explain how Facebook is able to eavesdrop on users and why free wi-fi isn’t a safe place to surf the internet. Listen Here.

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Are you compromising your child’s privacy?

April 22, 2015 By: Jessica Lamar Today, social media makes it easy to post pictures of our little ones. We share their first day of school, holiday pictures, milestones, and even the cute embarrassing “first time on the potty” photos. It is a way to stay connected with friends and family members who aren’t so close anymore. Although we set…

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