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7 ways to prevent Data Theft when traveling

by Robert Siciliano

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The threat of data theft follows travelers; there’s never a vacation from hackers. So what should the traveler do? Anticipate snooping by hackers. This way, you can prepare for the worst. … Continue Reading

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How to see and boot off Someone using your WiFi

by Robert Siciliano

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You were taught to share your toys as a young child, but this doesn’t apply to letting others use your Wi-Fi. The difference between sharing the plastic shovel and sharing the wireless connection is that with the latter, who’s to say that the “thief” won’t eventually crash in on your private information? … Continue Reading

Identity Theft and Medical Identity Theft: Why and How You’re at Risk

by Linda Vincent R.N. P.I.

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Identity theft, including medical identity theft, is a growing threat in the United States. Unfortunately, too many consumers, healthcare providers, and businesses of all types and sizes ignore this threat. – See more at: http://www.theidentityadvocate.com/blog/identity-theft/identity-theft-medical-identity-theft-youre-risk#sthash.8iK52IYj.dpuf … Continue Reading

Beware These College-Related Scams

by Robert Siciliano

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The last group of college students has headed off to school for another semester of dorm rooms, late-night library sessions, and the occasional college party. For many students, college is the first time they’ve lived away from home. They are young, open to new things, and sometimes, naïve. … Continue Reading

Insurance card sharing – not just a legal issue

by Christine Arevalo

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When a friend or family member who doesn’t have health insurance gets sick or injured, the urge to “share” your insurance card can be strong. After all, you (or your employer) is already paying for the insurance. ER visits are crazy expensive. … Continue Reading

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JP Morgan Chase Customers Need to be Watching their Bank and Credit Card Statements

Last week’s hack of JP Morgan Chase servers may not result in immediate ID theft, but customers of the bank need to be watching their statements closely. A video report of on the extent of the breach – which affects 76 million households – can be found below. While Chase was apparently able to prevent hackers from gaining access to account and social security numbers, you’ll find our analysis of the situation below the video. … Continue Reading

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