As a super strong extra layer of security, two-factor authentication prevents a thief who knows your login credentials from signing in.[Read More]
“The single best thing someone can do to better protect their accounts is to choose and use a password manager,” explains Chris Parker, CEO of WhatIsMyIPAddress.com. “With that simple decision, you significantly improve your account security.”[Read More]
Even though your account passwords seems like the basic place to start, cybersecurity experts say starting there takes care of most of your account security and worries.[Read More]
And what that means for you. To start with, the average person needs to be aware that organizational data breaches can affect them directly. Yes, data breaches are attacks against large organizations and not individuals—however, organizations have customers and clients, and often the data stolen in a data breach is about the customers, not solely…[Read More]
Parents may want to get familiar popular apps because platforms like Instagram may not be safe for youngsters, especially if their kids are using it—which they probably are. It is one of the most popular apps for kids and teens, even it’s not the best place for them to be. As it turns out, Instagram…[Read More]
Whether you have already enrolled in Medicare or will be signing up now or next year, you need to know what type of contact from Medicare and insurance programs are legitimate and what types are not. Scammers wont be happy, but you’ll be safer.[Read More]
A person or an organization could (without you knowing it) see what websites you visit, deny you access to their website, create a profile of you based on your activity, find out where you live and even hack into your network. They can do it when your home and it can also happen when you’re at an airport, a hotel or coffeehouse.
How? They’re able to do it because they see and know your IP address.
That is where a VPN (Virtual Private Network) comes into play. It hides your IP address and from there it works like magic.[Read More]