Identity theft hit an all-time high in 2017 and — for the first time ever — more Social Security numbers were stolen than credit card numbers. The bottom line is it’s up to you to keep your information private and out of the hands of thieves. To help you do this, here are four simple tips to minimize the risk of your information being stolen.
The bottom line is we know the government conducts surveillance on civilians. This is one of the many reasons you need to take your privacy into your own hands and enact these five steps to protect yourself.
In the first of this week’s must-read articles, you’ll learn how to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft when you least expect it. Today’s roundup also discusses the White House’s new cyber policy, the practicality of drone registration and why many preppers will die when the SHTF.
Consider how many accounts your cellphone number is associated with. Now imagine a cybercriminal getting their hands on all the information in those accounts just by having your phone number. Scary, isn’t it? Well, here are five steps you can take to prevent having your cellphone number compromised.
This week’s batch of must-read articles covers a variety of threats, from hacking to school shootings to peaceful protests turned violent. The way the world is now, you’ve got to be prepared for all of the above — and more. Because you never know what will happen…
Internet privacy regulations are on the chopping block this week, which means it’s more important than ever to do whatever you possibly can to protect your personal data.
Hackers are attacking smartphones with a new type of malware, stealing your personal information and putting you at risk. Here’s a simple way to check if your device has been infected.