Still writing your password on sticky notes? Do you use the same password for multiple sites? Why not use a password manager to help you create and store more secure passwords? After all, identify theft can be as easy as your weakest password.
You want to prevent unsavory characters from accessing your important online accounts and you know better than using “password” or “123456,” but what constitutes a truly “good” password? Using a combination of features can give you added protection.
Two-step verification mandates that you– or anyone else attempting to access the account in question– possess two pieces of information. Learn the benefits and typical methods of this added level of security.
Losing your cell phone is stressful enough, but when you need it in order to log in to an account that requires two-step authentication, your stress goes to a whole new level. The good news is you may be able to use one of several alternative methods to recover your account.
While the holidays are generally a time for giving and sharing, and considered a time to let goodwill towards loved ones shine, the people devoted to using the Internet as a license to steal are not taking a holiday.
The original Patriot Act was passed October 26, 2001. Since then, it has changed the way we look at Internet privacy - both personally and in the business world. By understanding the Patriot Act and what it means for Internet privacy, you can protect yourself and your co-workers’ privacy better.
While it may seem like cybercrime is too big of a thing to fight, police officers around the world are making big strikes against some of the worst offenders. If you want a little bit of hope, or just a few stories of large anti-cybercrime actions, look inside.
They might just look like you or me, but cybercriminals have the ability to ruin lives with their selfish disregard for the livelihoods of others. Our rogues’ gallery of some of America’s most notorious cyber crime perpetrators will show you just what we mean.