“As technology becomes more important in our personal lives, so does securing it. Here are some fundamental steps you should always take to help protect yourself and your family.” Lori Rosenberg – Intuit Click here to view the poster walking families through the five key steps on how to create a cyber secure home.  You can…

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Yahoo announced that 500 million of their accounts were hacked and are sold by internet criminals. Bad guys are going to use this information in a variety of ways. For instance, they will send phishing emails claiming you need to change your Yahoo account, looking just like the real ones.   Here is what is suggested…

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Data breaches involving personal information result in a broad range of risks to individuals and organizations. This includes identity theft, targeting of individuals with knowledge of sensitive government information and internal business processes, and other intelligence activities that use personal information of U.S. citizens to undermine national security. The information in this article is provided…

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When you think about cybersecurity, remember that electronics such as smartphones and other internet-enabled devices may also be vulnerable to attack. Take appropriate precautions to limit your risk. Click here for information from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team regarding securing your electronic devices.

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The STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Online Safety Quiz is a fun, interactive way to test your knowledge on online safety, security and ethics. The quiz is divided into two sections: Safety and Security (12 questions) and Privacy and Being a Good Online Citizen (14 questions). Click here for the quiz.

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The latest FDIC Consumer News features tips to help children from pre-kindergarten through college learn how to be smart about their finances. The spring 2015 edition also includes a checklist of computer security tips for bank customers, an article about changes in credit reporting, and information about a new tax-advantaged savings option for families with…

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Your email’s been hacked – what do you do? Your computer’s been hijacked by malware – how do you get it back? If you’re not sure where to start — or you’re the person everyone asks for help getting started — OnGuardOnline.gov have two new videos, in English and Spanish, with the steps to help. Don’t just…

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Overview Throughout the year, scam artists pose as legitimate entities—such as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), other government agencies, and financial institutions—in an attempt to defraud taxpayers. They employ sophisticated phishing campaigns to lure users to malicious sites or entice them to activate malware in infected email attachments. To protect sensitive data, credentials, and payment information, US-CERT and…

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