Financial Literacy Month Starts with Data Security

April is Financial Literacy Month, and it’s a great time to take stock of your monetary health and wellbeing.

Are Consumers Going Above and Beyond to Protect Their Personal Information?

Identity Theft Resource Center’s thoughts going into National Consumer Protection Week.

Hacking the Olympics

The Winter Olympics in South Korea are already underway, and as usual, people around the world will watch their favorite athletes and cheer on their countrymates. Unfortunately, patriotic fans aren’t the only ones keeping an eye on the Games, as hackers have already targeted the event.

Can Your Employees Spot a Phishing Scam? 

This Research Says NO.

500K Users Hit by Compromised Google Chrome Extensions

If you own a smartphone or tablet, you’ve probably downloaded a few apps over the years. The apps that power our devices make them unique to our needs, meaning it’s possible that no two mobile devices are actually the same.

Are You Sharing Your Security Answers on Social Media?

Social media can be a lot of fun, but if you’re not careful, it can be an easy road to identity theft, account takeover, and more. The three texts mentioned above are from actual poststhat have come across sites like Facebook, inviting others to share their answers…but why?

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