Archive for May, 2017

Facebook Revenge Porn: How Two Marines Helped Stop It – Rolling Stone

May 11, 2017

In the wake of Marines United, Marine vets refuse to give up as Facebook grapples with how to prevent non-consensual porn

Why a Credit Freeze May Not Be Enough | IdentityForce®

May 11, 2017

Setting up a credit freeze is a good first step, but it’s not enough. You need an added layer of protection to help protect your identity.

Corporate Gmail Security Issues | IdentityForce®

May 10, 2017

Gmail security is a big concern because millions of malicious emails are sent to their users each and every day.

Who's Behind the Gmail Phishing Attack? – NBC News

May 10, 2017

The Gmail phishing attack was 'particularly insidious,' according to experts, who said it was created by someone with considerable skill.

Second Hand and Discarded Devices Lead to Identity Theft

May 10, 2017

A new study was just released by the National Association for Information Destruction. What did it find? Astonishingly, about 40% of all digital devices that are found on the second-hand [ ]

That Gmail phishing attack has taken a bizarre turn

May 9, 2017

A Twitter account from a user named Eugene Pupov took responsibility for the worm.

Can you be charged for unwittingly committing card fraud?

May 9, 2017

There are many ways to get into legal trouble with credit cards without intending to break the law.

6 Ways Small Practices Can Thwart Cybercrime | Psychiatric Times

May 9, 2017

Cybercrime is a threat to even the smallest of practices, here are six ways to prevent criminals from accessing your patients’ data.

Should You Use Social Media Money Transfers For Client Payments? – Due

May 9, 2017

For freelancers and small business owners there’s a plethora of options when accepting payments from clients. One of the newer, and more interesting, options are social media payments. But, should you accept these social media money transfers from your clients? Money Transfers Through Social Media There’s no shortage of peer-to-peer payments options using social media. […]

Getting Rid of an Electronic Device? Do This First…

May 3, 2017

A shocking study by the National Associated for Information Destruction has revealed some terrifying information: 40% of electronic devices found on the second-hand market contains personal information. This information includes [ ]