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Michael Hernandez

Cybersecurity Leadership

Leadership Changes Trigger Hacks, Due to Company Vulnerability.

Those who’ve worked in company headquarters have gone through regime changes, even sometimes with not just new executives but with new strategic thinkers. During a time like that, there’s an adjustment while employees get used to working either with new people…or in a new way, with changed expectations.

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Security Keys

A Security Key: It Can Keep Anyone Out of Your Online Accounts, Email and Files!

A few years back, the mega company Google got fed up with scammers and hackers stealing employee login credentials and gaining access to their corporate network. So they handed out security keys to every employee. Problem over.

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Signs of a Romance Scam

Signs of a Romance Scam: Is Your Online Sweetheart Really a Con Artist?

It’s never too late to learn, use and share good cybersecurity habits. Join the fight against romance scams and share this article and infographic with those you care about.

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Consumer Reports Security Planner

See Our Easy Start Guide for the Consumer Reports Security Planner

fter exploring the CR Security Planner, ourselves, we’ve learned the best way to use it and know what to expect.  We put together the Easy Start Guide for everyone.

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Man caught up in data breach

Some Key Data Breaches of 2022 and Why You Should Care.

The average person has no idea about the data breaches that occurred in 2022 and how many occur over a year’s time. Here’s some information about network attacks that will open your eyes and cause some concerns. The number of reported data breaches in 2022 were approximately 4,100. Most likely, that number will go up…

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Bank Imposter Scam

These Are the Questions Your Bank Will Never Ask You.

Maybe you’re wondering what kind of questions your bank will never ask you. That’s a great thing to know, because it will also be part of the awareness that will help you avoid falling for a scam and losing money.

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Holiday Season Scams

‘Tis the Holiday Season (and the Season for Holiday Scams)

Con artists also know you’ll be busy with parties, get-togethers and year-end work projects, which means you’ll be distracted and might let your guard down. Stay alert, be smart and follow this advice.

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Senior Getting Scammed

The Never-Ending Scams on Seniors

Con artists adapt to the times, technology and trends, so they’ll use a variety of approaches to target seniors. The fact that seniors have some familiarity with technology and are comfortable with texts, emails and phone calls makes a con artist’s job simpler.

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