Family Safety

Little Ones Online More? Here Are 10 Basics To Keep Them Safe

Online safety conversations look dramatically different depending on the age and stage of your child. For very young children, toddlers through elementary school, parents have a golden opportunity to lay the foundations that will shape a child’s digital perspectives and behaviors for a lifetime. One way to keep younger children ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Scams Facing Consumers in the New Digital WFH Landscape

With many people having their normal day to day life turned upside down, scammers are capitalizing on consumers’ newfound lifestyles to make a financial gain or wreak havoc on users’ devices. Let’s take a look at the most recent threats that have emerged as a result of the pandemic.   Fraudulent Relief Checks On Wednesday March 25, the Senate passed a relief bill that contains a substantial increase in unemployment benefits ...

Family Safety

Honey, We’re Home! Securing Your Devices and Your Family Bond  

More and more parents and their kids are experiencing what it’s like to work and learn together from home these days. With this increase in device use, it’s more important than ever to verify that all the technology humming under your roof is as secure as possible. Securing family technology ...

Family Safety

WhatsApp Security Hacks: Are Your ‘Private’ Messages Really Ever Private?

WhatsApp one of the largest instant messengers and considered by many a social network of its own. So, in continuing our app safety discussion, we’re diving into some of the top security hacks and questions many WhatsApp app users and parents may have. But first, what’s a security hack? In ...

Consumer

Is Mobile Malware Playing Hide and Steal on Your Device?

Over the years, we’ve all grown accustomed to using our smartphones and mobile apps to support our lifestyles. We as consumers have developed expectations of how devices can enhance our everyday lives- from online banking transactions to handling work correspondence on the go. But as we become more reliant on ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Burning Man Is Coming: How to Watch out for Ticket Scammers

As the winter months fade and spring begins to creep up, many millennials and Gen Zers set their sights on festival season. Whether they plan on attending Coachella, Stagecoach, Outside Lands, Lollapalooza, or Governor’s Ball, festivalgoers across the world anxiously begin to look for cheap or discounted tickets in the ...

Family Safety

Timeless Principles to Help Your Child Develop Social Superpowers

“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” ~ Dale Carnegie Each year it’s my tradition to re-read a handful of books that continue to shape my perspective. One ...

Consumer

Watch Out For IRS Scams and Avoid Identity Theft

It’s time to get those W-2 and 1099 tax forms ready. On January 27th, the IRS began accepting paper and electronic tax returns ahead of the April 15th due date. But as users prepare to file, scammers prepare to take advantage of innocent taxpayers with malicious tactics, looking to harvest ...

Consumer Threat Notices

WhatsApp Users: Secure Your Desktop With These Tips

With over 500 million daily active users, WhatsApp is one of the world’s most popular messaging platforms. In an effort to provide even more ways to connect beyond iOS and Android, WhatsApp introduced a desktop version of the app in 2016, which allowed users to stay in touch from their ...

Consumer

Election Website Security: Protect Your Vote in 2020

The 2020 U.S. presidential primaries are right around the corner. As people gear up to cast their ballots for party candidates, they may not realize that website security shortcomings could leave the U.S. elections susceptible to digital disinformation campaigns or possibly worse seeking to influence and /or manipulate the democratic ...

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