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We’ve all been trained not to give out our passwords, but online criminals are getting ever more clever. Phishing scams have effectively tricked uncountable people into compromising their online security, and one of the best ways to stop it is two-factor authentication. Even technologically savvy people can be fooled by clever hackers, though. According to Google, it solved the phishing problem by giving everyone a USB security key.Continue Reading…
Cybersecurity experts at root9B, staffed by veterans from the U.S. State Dept. and Dept. of Defense, have discovered that a powerful Russian cyber hacking group linked to Kremlin-backed cyber-espionage is making preparations for a large-scale attack on global banks.
When it comes to scams targeting the elderly population, there no such thing as being TOO INFORMED. According to The Alzheimer’s Association, exploitation of seniors in the United States is actually on the rise. Says the Alzheimer’s Association; “One report stated that financial scams targeting seniors have become so prevalent that they are now considered the crime of the twenty-first century.”
Financial scams targeting seniors have become so prevalent that they’re now considered “the crime of the 21st century.”
Why? Because seniors are thought to have a significant amount of money sitting in their accountsContinue Reading…