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Cybersecurity for Kids Part 2- Tablets

As tablets become more and more popular with our children, we need to make sure they are using them safely. According to Ofcom, more than one in three children aged 5-7 have their own tablet and this goes up to half of all children in the age group of 8-11 years old. Kids as young […]

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Newest Fraud Attacking CEOs: All You Need to Know About CEO Fraud

One of the biggest scams against CEOs and that can cost companies thousands of dollars is CEO Fraud. This type of fraud is continuing to escalate and has been mentioned in the news quite often lately. Thankfully some arrests have been made but the consequences are still detrimental. In the latest ICR report that was […]

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Cybersecurity for Kids Part 1- Cell Phones

We are starting a new series about Kids Cybersecurity. In the days we live in, it’s crucial to protect our kids from the threats lurking around online. Did you know that 56% of tweens (ages 8-12) and 77% of teens (ages 12-17) have a cell phone? That is a large number of children that are […]

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Beware of Charity Scams as Scammers are Lurking

🚨Beware of Charity Scams! 🚨 After any major disaster, the hackers come ready to take advantage of people just trying to give towards a great cause. Here are some must-see tips for when you donate to a charity:⁣ ✔️Research the Charity- stick with charities you know and trust. Also, search the charity online with words […]

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Kaspersky Antivirus Troubles

Have you heard about Kaspersky Labs? Head’s up because there is a new security flaw in Kaspersky antivirus that is allowing hackers to spy on users online which could put millions of people at risk! How Was This Flaw Found? A German journalist, Ronald Eikenberg, began testing antivirus software for a magazine article in Germany […]

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Don’t Fall Victim to Hacker’s Trap

Turn on the news and what do you see? Another cyber-attack has taken place. You continue to go about your day but then look down at your cell phone with a call from your bank. Capital One is trying to reach you and informs you that your information was compromised and begin to ask you […]

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