There are a number of reasons why people may choose to relocate at this time of year. College students may be heading home for the summer, or graduating and moving on to their new careers.
May is National Foster Care Month, and it’s an important time to highlight the dire need for foster parents around the country. It’s also a time for the public to be mindful of what services are available for those in need, as well as how their tax dollars are put to great use helping children and families in times of crisis.
For years, identity theft victims have been encouraged to file a police report as soon as they discover they’ve been victimized...
These may not be the droids you’re looking for, but it certainly is the information you need to protect yourself online. Break out your light sabers and prepare to do battle against the Dark Side identity thieves during our upcoming Star Wars themed #IDTheftChat!
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.