Archive for January, 2017

Consumers Have Given Up on Security

January 30, 2017


According to a recent study, online security for most people is too bothersome. The US National Institute of Standards and Technology published the study, which shows that most people who [ ]
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/IdentityTheftExpertSpeakerProtectionPreventionResourceBlog/~3/jPtdcixvTgA/

How to better safeguard your home during open houses and private showings | Homes & real estate | heraldtimesonline.com

January 27, 2017


Listing your property for sale begins the exciting process of marketing and exhibiting your home to prospective buyers in the hopes of scoring a quicker-than-expected sale at a desirable price.
http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/life/at_home/how-to-better-safeguard-your-home-during-open-houses-and/article_e05e59d5-ff9c-55ad-bca7-e5b7b0e76399.html

Ways that Technology Can Ruin Our Business | OSINT

January 27, 2017


Ways that Technology Can Ruin Our BusinessI am far from a data security expert. I know it and admit it willingly. But in this day and age I think we have to keep up with the issues that affect our online security and that of our computers, and potentially our businesses.
http://opensources.info/ways-that-technology-can-ruin-our-business/

Keeping Your Homeseller Clients Safe From Attack

January 27, 2017


As a real estate agent, you must inform your clients that they should imagine the bad guy donning a suit, shaving and acting professionally.
http://www.inman.com/2017/01/19/keeping-homeseller-clients-safe-attack/

When Seeing the Most Depraved Side of the Internet Is Your Job – NBC News

January 27, 2017


Machines are getting smarter, but human moderators are still crucial in the fight against child exploitation, bestiality and other violent crimes.
http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/when-seeing-most-depraved-side-internet-your-job-n706271

How to Avoid Hackers and Keep Your Identity Safe – TheStreet

January 27, 2017


As much as many dread the post-holiday credit card bills, something even worse can happen concerning your buying habits — finding out your credit card or favorite store's been hacked.
https://www.thestreet.com/story/13956454/1/avoiding-the-hackers-and-keeping-your-identity-yours.html

Your Hacked Mobile Phone Number is Like Your Social Security Number

January 24, 2017


If you have a cell phone, and you use it in any way associated with accessing online accounts (and many do), you are putting yourself at risk of getting hacked. [ ]
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Desperate Teens Turning to Prostitution and Drug Dealing to Survive

January 20, 2017


Teenagers across the country are falling into drug dealing, theft, and prostitution in order to eat. This, according to a recent study, which found that poverty has been increasing throughout [ ]
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Increase Email Security to Avoid Being Hacked | IdentityForce

January 19, 2017


Increasing your email security is probably the most important digital security responsibility we all have. Here are a few tips to get you started.
https://www.identityforce.com/blog/increase-email-security-reduce-risk-being-hacked

Security Expert: Chip-enabled credit cards don't solve all risks | FOX25

January 18, 2017


Security Expert: Chip-enabled credit cards don’t solve all risks
http://www.fox25boston.com/news/security-expert-chip-enabled-credit-cards-dont-solve-all-risks/476023304