Identity theft affects 1 in 14 Americans every year. This identity theft Q&A explains how identity theft happens, how to recognize it, and how to deal with it.
What is this new credit card chip everyone is talking about? Known by many names, the EMV chip provides much more security than the magnetic strip.
Beware of text message scams claiming your account has been frozen or compromised, especially if it asks for personal information.
Ransomware is a type of malware that holds your computer files hostage and demands money for their release. Learn how to protect yourself from ransomware.
Online dating has become a common way for people to meet, but unfortunately fraudsters are also using online dating sites to target potential victims.
Browsing & shopping online can potentially expose your information & computer files to hackers & fraudsters. Read these tips to protect your online privacy
Although convenient, public wi-fi networks can expose your computer or mobile device to unwanted attacks and breaches. Read these public wi-fi safety tips.
Since the Affordable Healthcare Act was passed, fraudsters have been taking advantage of unsuspecting victims. Learn how to protect yourself from scams.
Using the same online password across multiple sites is dangerous. Here are some tips to make your online passwords stronger and safer.