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09Jun2020

CAVEAT EMPTOR!!!

“Buyer Beware!” is a more important warning than ever before if you’re buying phones, computers, tablets and other electronic devices online. We all like online bargains, but the looting that took place as peaceful demonstrations fell apart will put a lot of stolen goods on the market. It’s a fact of life – not a
  • 9 Jun, 2020
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • click bait, consumer protection, credit card fraud, online bargain, online security, online shopping, phishing,
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14Jan2020

What Are Your Biggest Online Threats in 2020?

Cyberthreats will be coming at you – and any person or organization with whom you have an online relationship – with increasing speed and sophistication. For some, it might feel like you’re living inside an online fantasy game, but it’s real life. Here’s what to look for. Phishing and Social Engineering There’s nothing new about
  • 14 Jan, 2020
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • data security, information theft, IoT, online security, phishing, ransomeware, social engineering,
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13Mar2018

Fraud’s Warning Signs

Anyone who tries to defraud you online – or even on the telephone – is literally banking your carelessness. Take a good look at emails and links and listen carefully on the phone. You can spot the fraud, and if you’re not sure, disengage and call the person you think contacted you – on the
  • 13 Mar, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • cybercrime, cybersecurity, data security, fraud, online safety, phishing, risk management, security, spamming, spoofing,
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13Feb2018

Tax Season: The Next Scam Season

I don’t know whether more money changes hands during the holiday shopping season or during tax season, but a lot is at stake between now and April 17 as people prepare tax returns. It’s a busy time of year for scammers, most of whom want to use fraudulent information to get your tax return money.
  • 13 Feb, 2018
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • back taxes, chbersecurity, cybercrime, data breach, data security, email scams, equifax, fraud, irs, online security, phishing, phone scam, risk management, scams, spoofing, strong passwords, tax season,
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11Oct2016

Following the Money Conversations

Money is the only reason somebody steals information. Some 70 percent of the emails that lead to information theft are related to either financial institutions, businesses or something that mentions money in the subject line. Another 20 percent are related to espionage, and 5 percent are related to employee grudges. In most cases, curiosity kills
  • 11 Oct, 2016
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • cybercrime, data security, hack, identitiy theft, information theft, money, phishing, scam, security, spam, spoofing, strong passwords,
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