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Don’t Rely on the Password Reset

by Robert Siciliano

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Think about your keychain. It probably holds the necessities: car keys, home keys, work keys, miscellaneous keychains you bought on your previous vacations. Now, imagine you have a keychain full of these keys that all look the same, but each only opens a specific door. … Continue Reading

Password Selection, Protection & Management

by Robin Slade

Picking Strong Passwords

There’s not much you can’t do today using your computer or mobile phone. You can work, shop, bank, book travel, play games, schedule appointments, meet your soul mate, make your restaurant reservations, set your fantasy football lineup (go Gizzards!), converse with your friends via Facebook, bid on a … Continue Reading

NEW INTEL SECURITY “CYBER PARENTING” STUDY SHEDS LIGHT ON KIDS’ ONLINE LIVES AND PARENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD INTERNET SAFETY

by Stay Safe Online

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Do you know what your kids are doing online? Coinciding with Internet Safety Month, this June Intel Security (an NCSA Board member company) released findings from its new study, “The Realities of Cyber Parenting: What Pre-teens and Teens Are Up To Online,” which examined both parents’ concerns and the behaviors of American pre-teens and teenagers online and on social media. … Continue Reading

Latest Scam Follows a Big Data Breach

by Shred-it

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There seems to always be a data breach in the headlines – so what’s the latest scam making news these days?

Consumers need to be aware of phishing scams following a big data breach. Cyber criminals can use information they have just stolen to phish for even more information.
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Security Credit Freezes: Now Might Be The Time

by Debra N. Diener J.D. CIPP G

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The 4+ million current and former federal employees whose OPM personal data has been hacked are just the latest group to be worrying about identity theft. So a recent article by Brian Krebs could not be more timely. … Continue Reading

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