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Steps to Manage a secure online backup

by Robert Siciliano

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Cyber storage does not always = secure backup. Users of cloud storage have many potential tools at hand to beef up security. And just because cloud services have some loopholes doesn’t mean you should just throw in the towel, as the saying goes, and figure “What’s the point?”. … Continue Reading

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Could Fitness Apps Hurt Your Privacy?

by Debra N. Diener J.D. CIPP G

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Just last week I wrote about medical information being more sought by hackers than even credit card information. Now there’s even more information supporting the need for consumers to be even more vigilant in using wearable fitness applications. … Continue Reading

Helping Military Families Be On Guard Online

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f you’re part of the military community, take a look at OnGuard Online’s new page for military members and their families. National Cyber Security Awareness Month is well underway, and it’s a great time to take stock of ways you can get in the habit of securing your computer, protecting your personal information and avoiding fraud online. … Continue Reading

5 ways Criminals hack your PC

by Robert Siciliano

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Hackers are hell-bent on busting into the network of their targets. They are persistent—never giving up. When you build your defense against cyber criminals, it must be done with the idea that they WILL succeed. When you operate on this assumption rather than thinking that your anti this and anti that are all you need, you’ll have the best cyber security in place.
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21 ways to Prepare your Credit Cards for Overseas Travel

by Robert Siciliano

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Imagine being overseas, and in the process of using your credit card to make a purchase—and it’s declined—and you have no currency or checkbook. Nightmare.

The decline could be to prevent fraudulent use; perhaps it was recently reported lost, but then found or the country you are in is known for fraud. … Continue Reading

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