More Technology Means More Cyber Risks: What You Should Know to Stay Safe

When was the last time you logged into your computer, connected to an app via your smartphone or asked your internet-connected personal assistant a question? Chances are, it was just a few minutes ago.While there are significant benefits such technologies bring to our lives (namely convenience), it’s important that we don’t overlook the corresponding cyber exposures. The good news is that most Americans recognize these risks, with 86% reporting that they are “very” or “somewhat” concerned about their cyber exposure in a recent Chubb survey. The bad news, however, is that such concern doesn’t always translate into action. Why the mismatch? The answer is that most don’t understand the full extent of their cyber vulnerability. Continue reading

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The Cybercrime Financial Threats You May Be Overlooking

Technology has become an integral part of everyday life. However, with nearly 400,000 identity theft complaints reported to the government in 2016, it’s no secret that the benefits of technological advancements are accompanied by numerous, unforeseen threats that leave personal, financial and intellectual information vulnerable to theft. Continue reading

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Virtual Wallets Gaining Traction

Despite security concerns and other challenges, mobile wallets are gaining marketplace acceptance. Until now, mobile wallets have had a virtual chicken-and-egg problem. Consumers were waiting for more places to use mobile wallets, and many retailers were reluctant to invest in … Continue reading

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