Business Email Compromise is a type of fraud in which businesses can be tricked into transferring funds or handing over sensitive data to bad actors.
Strong passwords are key to protecting your personal information.
Seeing should not always be believing. Deepfake images, audio and video can be so well done that it is very difﬁcult to determine a fake.
Social engineering uses social and behavioral observations to trick an individual into doing something they should not, such as performing a transaction or divulging sensitive information.
Anyone with a device that is connected to the internet is potentially at risk of being compromised.
Data on your device could be used by cybercriminals to access your accounts and steal your money or your identity.
Your personal safety starts with being aware of your surroundings, free of distractions such as headphones or cellphones.
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Bad actors can help themselves to the data stored on your device through SIM-card swapping without physically having possession of your phone.
Fraudsters and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) impostors can strike any time of year, not just during tax time.
Identity theft is the unlawful acquisition and use of someone’s personally identifiable information for fraudulent gain. Take steps to protect your sensitive data.
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