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

Become a Champion – Support Fraud Prevention Education

by the FraudAvengers Founders

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With our growing success, hard dollar operating costs are also increasing. FraudAvengers is asking for your financial help to allow us to serve the needs of our expanding readership. … Continue Reading

After Anthem Breach – How to Deal with Phishing Scams

by Federal Trade Commission

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When internet fraudsters impersonate a business to trick you into giving out your personal information, it’s called phishing. Don’t reply to email, text, or pop-up messages that ask for your personal or financial information. Don’t click on links within them either – even if the message seems to be from an organization you trust. It isn’t. … Continue Reading

Raising Digital Citizens

Teach your children to become good digital citizens with these resources.

by Stay Safe Online


The Internet is a wonderful place for learning and entertainment, but like the world around us, it can pose dangers if precautions are not taken. Allowing free access puts your child, your computer and your personal data at risk. … Continue Reading

Heartbleed: Free Tool To Check if That Site is Safe

by Robert Siciliano


I’m sure you’ve heard the news about Heartbleed by now (unless you’re in vacation wonderland and have taken a tech break). This is a serious vulnerability in the core of the Internet and is something we all should be concerned about. … Continue Reading

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Child Identity theft is becoming Solvable

You’ve seen TV commercials and print ads about identity theft, and the “victim” is always an adult. That’s not realistic. The actor-portrayal should be that of a child. Yes, a kid.

Children are 51 times more likely than adults to have their identity stolen, says research from Carnegie Mellon University’s CyLab. … Continue Reading

Android Devices Alert

I want to share with you an informative and timely article a friend sent to me. The article is by Zack Whittaker for Zero Day; Mr. Whittaker wrote recently about the vulnerability of Android devices due to a newly discovered security flaw found on Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile networks. LTE is also referred to as 4G. … Continue Reading

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If you’ve ever had your information exposed in a data breach, you know it can be stressful. Depending on what information is exposed, you might have to cancel credit or debit cards, change online passwords, or even put a freeze on your credit. … Continue Reading

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