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What do you do when you or someone you know has been hacked or spoofed?

I'd like to tell you that I've never clicked on a link I shouldn't have clicked on, but that would be a lie. Do you realize…
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Anthem Breach: 7 Tips to Protect Yourself Amidst Attacks

Whether directly impacted or not, there are things we must all learn from the Anthem breach. The sensitive information…
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Taking Control of Privacy

There is no doubt there are aspects of privacy that are out of our control, but as discussed in the last post called Privacy…
Target Breach
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How to Protect Yourself amidst Recent Data and Credit or Debit Card Breaches

I found myself shopping at Target four times between Black Friday and December 15th when I wanted to buy diapers, spillproof…
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The State of Privacy in 2013

An insightful infographic by HostGator depicts the state of privacy in 2013.The infographic draws attention to the…
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I just became a Phishing Fool

A few days ago I warned readers about phishing scams and today, I became a victim. How utterly embarrassing! Take a quick…
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Phishing for Bank of America Fools

Phishing emails are usually easy to spot but that does not mean an intelligent (or busy) individual is safe from becoming…
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The email I wish I had never sent

Condominium hotline discussions can result in loads of emails and I had to laugh when I got batches about dog poop in common…
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Chase's Response to Fraudulent Email

I always forward phishing emails to the misrepresented organization (most often Bank of America) but have never gotten…
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Chase Phishing Scam Close Call

I usually get phishing emails from Bank of America, but today I got an alert from Chase that almost had me fooled.  Following…
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Privacy issues with email

My boss was out of town and I was managing a heavy workload by multi-tasking.  One client, let's call her "Ray", was especially…