Ever wondered how well you are protected from Cyber Criminals? We met with Tim Marsh and his team to discuss precautions we can take to protect ourselves online. Check it out!
Saturday morning, Charlie got a call from the power company. She’d just moved into her new home and they said she hadn’t paid the deposit to move the account to the new location.
Usually, in life, there is a trade-off between convenience and security, meaning an increase one causes a decrease in the other.
More than 5.3B accounts have been hacked in data breaches, that we know about, and all the information is sitting on the dark web including emails and passwords.
The bad guys already have your name, Social Security Number, birth date, address and possibly even your driver’s license number.
The more business we do and information we share online, the more identity theft becomes a growing threat to our financial security.