The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) hosts an annual celebratory event dedicated to children and families, one that encourages people to look at a wide variety of life aspects that pertain to young children. Week of the Young Child asks stakeholders and sponsors across many different fields to share ideas and contribute to the greater understanding of raising healthy, happy children in the 21st century.
There are so many high-tech ways that thieves can get their hands on your information. Hacking events, data breaches, ransomware attacks, phishing emails, open port vulnerabilities that affect our everyday devices… those are just a few of the common threats. It seems like cybercriminals come up with new ways to steal your information on a daily basis, and its hard work trying to keep up with all of the latest issues.
While cyber criminals deploy new methods of attack every day, “old school” identity thieves still rely on their same tricks to steal your personal information.
Tips For Protecting Both Digital & Paper Tax Returns
Most taxpayers are breathing a sigh of relief now that their tax return has been filed. But just because your tax return is safely behind you doesn’t mean you’re out of the woods. Your information is now officially “out there” once again, and you have some work to do to make sure it stays as secure as possible.
As the current school year comes to a close, students around the country are already getting things in order for next fall. Whether it’s continuing your studies, transferring from one school to another, or even planning for your first year of college, this is the time for organizing your school plans… and warding off would-be hackers.
The IRS will begin using four private debt collection firms to recover unpaid taxes, but only after multiple written communications over the course of several years.
Social engineering is a somewhat misunderstood and often overlooked form of stealing someone’s identity.