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There are many ways to know if someone is on dating sites - here are a few.

Ways to Know if Someone Is On Dating Sites

The rise of technology has changed our day-to-day lives – including how we date. Due to the countless dating sites and apps available today, it’s easy for us to meet and date new people all over the world. However, this can cause problems – and not just of the dating scam variety. For people who…

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Kevin Roundy has some advice for data breach protection.

Data Breach Protection: How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure

Data breaches happen. In fact, data breaches happen more often than you might expect. And once your information is exposed, it can be sold and resold to anyone who might want to access your accounts or steal your identity. Data breach protection is essential to proactively secure your private information. See Protect Your Social Security…

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Titania Jordan of Bark talks about internet safety for kids.

Internet Safety for Kids: How to Protect Your Children in the Online World

As our kids are more and more online, it becomes easier and easier for them to encounter online predators, cyberbullying, pornographic and violent content, and other dangers. Internet safety for kids is essential. As parents, we need to educate and empower our children to be safe on their devices. See Keeping Children Safe Online with…

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Patrick Glennon talks about identity theft protection and recovery.

Identity Theft Protection and Recovery

Online quizzes are entertaining. Links in emails, texts, and social media messages are convenient. But both can put you at risk for identity theft – which can be costly and take months to recover from. Putting some identity theft protection measures in place can help you limit the damage. See Protecting Your Identity with Patrick…

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Anthony van der Meer talks about OSINT and how scammers operate.

Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) and Investigating Cybercrime

Scammers, phishers, and other cybercriminals are much more organized than we think. But it doesn’t take a hacking expert or a criminal mastermind to learn their schemes. Open-source intelligence, or OSINT, lets investigators peer into the world of cybercrime. One investigator in particular has made some interesting discoveries. See Investigating Cybercrime with Anthony van der…

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Jane Lee talks about crypto romance scams, or "pig butchering."

Crypto Romance Scams: “Pig Butchering” Adds Cryptocurrency to Dating Scams

Romance scams are nothing new, especially when online dating is involved. And with the popularity of cryptocurrencyover the past several years, crypto scams are starting to show up on people’s radars. But scammers are getting creative and putting the two together. Also called “pig butchering” by the scammers who do it, crypto romance scams are…

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Roy Zur talks about human factor cybersecurity and why it's essential for business.

Human Factor Cybersecurity: A New Approach for Business

Cybersecurity isn’t just for cybersecurity professionals or people who understand code. Employees at any level can let malicious actors into a company network. Human factor cybersecurity is an approach to help every employee keep your organization secure. See 4 Levels of Human Factor Security with Roy Zur for a complete transcript of the Easy Prey…

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Cameron Huddleston talks about how to protect elderly parents' finances.

Protect Elderly Parents’ Finances from Scams and Exploitation

As you watch your parents get older, it’s easy to begin to worry about them falling for scams or being taken advantage of financially. After all, older adults are common targets for scams and financial exploitation. If they are showing signs of memory loss or have been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, it’s even…

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