Every year, more and more Americans turn to online shopping to do a part or even all of their holiday shopping. This year especially considering that due to COVID-19.
Following are a few suggestions for actions you could take with your home internet hardware that might enhance your home network's security
This year NCSAM is emphasizing personal accountability and stressing the importance of taking proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity at home and in the workplace.
All scams operate the same way. Someone impersonates a trusted organization to convince you to wire money or disclose personal information. Remember, government agencies will not ask you to disclose any of these over the phone, and they will never pressure you when you chose not to.
Scammers are known for preying on victims’ vulnerabilities, such as financial hardship, fear and confusion. Given the particularly challenging circumstances surrounding COVID-19, people who believe they are savvy enough to avoid scams may fall victim, nonetheless. Here are 10 common practices scammers keep in their arsenals to attempt to fool your members and commit fraud.
If you are among those who work on vacation – or if you own or manage an organization and expect your team to work during the summer fun – you gotta review, learn and teach some cybersecurity measures to help protect you and them from the bad guys.
Be aware of these phishing scams scams.
The possibility of fraud still lurks in all the internet nooks and crannies. Thankfully, there are safety precautions that consumers can implement to remain as safe as possible while shopping online.
Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus. Here are some tips to help you keep the scammers at bay.
Read the most common types of payment fraud.