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              Internet Security

              Whether you’re accessing the internet from the comfort of your living room or 30,000 feet in the air, you want what you’re doing online to have protection. That goes for shopping, banking, and just having fun. Learn how to do just that.

              Scams
              Whether you’re online or on your phone, criminals are there, too. They want to trick you into giving them money or personal information. Avoid being a victim. Get tips and information to help you fight back and stay safer.
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              Social Media
              Whether you’re posting, tweeting, or just following people who do, you want to make sure you’re doing it smartly. Sharing too much information online can put you at risk of identity theft. Be careful out there!
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              Passwords & Encryption
              Do you have a strong and unique password for each of your online accounts? You should. And how do you help ensure that the passwords and other information you’re sharing online remain as secure as possible?
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              Online Shopping
              Shopping online — through retailer apps and on the internet — continues to grow in popularity. But just because more people are doing it, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take a few precautions. Learn how to shop in a safer way to reduce your risks.
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              The Latest Scam: “Malicious Tagging” on Facebook
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              5 Ways to Help Protect Your Personal Information Online
              Stay informed about the latest identity theft news and stories about what law enforcement and elected officials are doing to protect consumers from becoming victims.
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              Netflix Email Scam Targets 110 Million Subscribers: Here's What to Do
              Stay informed about the latest identity theft news and stories about what law enforcement and elected officials are doing to protect consumers from becoming victims.
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              Could millennials’ Instagram pictures of their pets lead to identity theft?
              Millennials love sharing pictures of their pets on Instagram, but mixing pets and passwords could lead to identity theft, Santander says.
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              Online Romance: How to Protect Yourself Against Online Dating Scams
              Online daters can be vulnerable to potential scammers. Here are 5 5 rules to help protect against online dating scams.
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              Stay informed about the latest identity theft news and stories about what law enforcement and elected officials are doing to protect consumers from becoming victims.
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              WannaCry Ransomware Hits Computers Globally. Here's What You Can Do.
              The global computer threat that came from the WannaCry ransomware attack appears to be somewhat under control after several days, but don’t relax.
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              Stay informed about the latest identity theft news and stories about what law enforcement and elected officials are doing to protect consumers from becoming victims.
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              Check your Facebook timeline. With little scrolling find over sharing by your friends. Here are 5 steps you can take to prevent identity theft on Facebook.
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              Social Media Behavior Leads to Identity Theft
              Whether using Instagram or Facebook for a scam, social media is becoming an integral part of identity theft.
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              Ransomware: What You Need to Know
              Ransomware is intended to force a ransom by the victim to the person who launched the ransomware attack. Often, by locking the computer files. Learn more.?
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              15 Tips for Safe Online Shopping
              Online shopping is easy to love. But?identity thieves can steal the joy. Before you click "buy," check out these tips to help you do safe online shopping.
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              How to Pick a Secure Password
              Most passwords are not as strong as they need to be. Follow these simple steps to give yours greater muscle.
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              File Sharing
              One of the most common ways identity thieves get a hold of information is through peer-to-peer, file-sharing networks.
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              Cybercriminals are now combining two different email phishing scams to target some organizations in two, painful and expensive ways.
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              Keystroke Logging
              Software programs that execute keystroke logging, and then transmit the data to identity thieves, can be downloaded onto your computer without you knowing they’re there.
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              Is the Health Data Captured by Your Smart Watch Vulnerable
              If you’re wearing a so-called smartwatch or other device that tracks your activity, you’re not alone. So how safe is your health data on such devices?
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              Is Your Smartphone Tracking Your Every Move?
              Stay informed about the latest identity theft news and stories about what law enforcement and elected officials are doing to protect consumers from becoming victims.
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              Is a Password Manager Right for You?
              A password manager is a good choice for many folks to manage their online accounts. But how do you know if one's right for you?
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              The Internet of Things: Teddy Bear Edition
              Soft and sweet, but not secure. That’s how you might describe the CloudPets “smart” teddy bear following reports of yet another Internet of Things snafu.
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              What Are Your Identity Theft Risks on LinkedIn?
              What can you do to gain the rewards of using LinkedIn, while minimizing the risks?
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              Fingerprints, Passwords, SSNs—There’s Got to be a Better Way
              Whether it’s fingerprints or Social Security numbers, permanent credentials are just waiting to be stolen by identity thieves.
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              Stay informed about the latest identity theft news and stories about what law enforcement and elected officials are doing to protect consumers from becoming victims.
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              Encryption: What You Need to Know
              Encryption helps keep you safe while doing things like browsing the Web, shopping online, and reading email on your computer or mobile device. Here's how.
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              Cellphone Security: What to Do to Keep Teens Safe
              Just having a smartphone makes your kids an easy target of cybercriminals. Hackers are targeting smartphones because they’re filled with personal data.
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              Cybercrime Expert Insights and Tips: Q&A With Justin Feffer
              Cybersecurity is a marathon, not a sprint. Sgt. Justin Feffer, L.A.-based law enforcement officer and cybercrimes investigator, is in it for the long run.
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              Be Careful What You Download? App-solutely!
              There’s a hidden problem with some apps, and that’s the amount of data they can access through your device, possibly leaving your privacy vulnerable.
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