Do You Know Who’s Trying To Be You?

We all know identity theft is a problem for adults. But did you know that according to the Federal Trade Commission, young people ages 19 to 29 are more likely to be targeted by identity thieves than any other age group? Continue reading

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Avoid Dumb Mistakes In Smart Homes

“Smart homes” began in the early 1990s. Back then, a dedicated PC used specialized software to control the lighting system, HVAC, security system, et cetera, either by touchpad or remote control system. It was a “closed” system, meaning it existed within its own house environment and generally without outside accessibility. Continue reading

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Protecting Family From Cyber Extortion

Cyber extortion is a modern-day by-product resulting from the enormous opportunities criminals have via the internet. To help protect yourself, we offer the following tips:

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Don’t Tie the Knot With ID Thieves

Getting married should be a happy time, but it can leave newlyweds vulnerable to identity theft, a crime that affects nearly 10 million Americans each year.
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