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Privacy is good for business – Privacy Tips for Business

by Stay Safe Online

Man with debit or credit card

In the expanding online and digitally connected world, privacy is gaining increasing attention. While the average American consumer is beginning to understand the far-reaching value of their personal information, consumers also continue to express concerns about their privacy online. … Continue Reading

Timely Travel Tips

by Debra N. Diener J.D. CIPP G

Airport Wi-Fi

Vacation season has started and that often means rushing to get everything done before heading out. It also means remembering that the vacation season gives criminals even more opportunities to steal personal information. … Continue Reading

Does your app know where you are?

by Federal Trade Commission

Social Media Apps

Who knows where you are right now? The apps on your smartphone might — even if you’re not using them.
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5 Ways to prevent Airline WiFi from Hackers

by Robert Siciliano

Airport Wi-Fi

When getting on a flight many business professionals connect online. It’s common these days to see a number of people on an airplane busy at their laptops—business-looking people dressed in suits, eyes pasted to spreadsheets, charts, graphs and other grinding tasks. … Continue Reading

The Guide to Securing Your New Tech Toys

by Robert Siciliano

Multiple Devices

Ho ho ho! It seems that this year, Santa’s sleigh was filled with technology—laptops, smartphones, gaming consoles, etc. Playing with and learning about your new tech toy is fun, but remember to secure your device. It would be a total bummer if your new toy was suddenly compromised by a virus or hacked into. … Continue Reading

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