Online Bank Security Remember those old movies where the bank robber needed to “crack” the safe? In my mind’s eye he’s crouched in front of a big metal cube, holding something like a stethoscope up to the door as he
Unlocking the Green Padlock So you’re doing some online banking – or shopping or logging into your health insurance or HSA account, etc. – and you suddenly remember all those terrible stories about fake websites luring unsuspecting customers into giving
Keeping Online Shopping Safe – Things You Might Not Think Of The holiday season often brings out news reports and articles highlighting the increased use of the internet for Christmas shopping and how many billions of dollars will be spent
Online Gaming Security “It’s just a game, right?” Well, sort of….
Geolocation Where are you, right now? Of course, you know the answer to this question (I assume!), but how many other people are privy to your exact location? Family? Close friends? Acquaintances? Strangers? Your phone? Yes, your phone. Geolocation –
You’re cautious. You use long, complicated passwords. You never click on links from sources you are unfamiliar with. You never respond to suspicious emails. You don’t reuse passwords and even use 2-factor authentication for your online accounts when it’s available.
Ransomware! Think of the information contained on your personal computer or laptop: Pictures. Documents. Financial information. Files you’ve taken home from the office to work on over the weekend. Music and videos. Now think: how much is it all worth
Passwords Again? Over the years, PSMail has published several articles and much advice on creating strong passwords and on the benefits of supplementing them with our two-factor authentication. So you might be asking, “Why another article on passwords?” Here’s a
Privacy Battle There was a time when protecting your privacy was a much simpler task. Things like “don’t tell strangers your bank account information” and “keep unwanted visitors from snooping around your house” seemed pretty straightforward. Now, however, protecting your privacy is
Let’s say you’re sitting at a coffee shop working on your laptop and a friendly but frustrated patron comes over to your table. He had a coupon for the cafe, he tells you, but it’s in his email and he