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How I Make Online Banking More Secure

In the wake of revelations that the National Security Agency is harvesting our online data, NPR is airing a series that describes "just how vivid the typical person's digital picture has become — and how easy it can be for others to see it". This i … [Read more...]

Facebook, Texting Increases Your Risk of Identity Theft: Here’s What to Do

As part of the under-30 crowd, readers here have more social media savvy than any generation in history. That's the good news ... now the bad: Social media and mobile platforms represent the new frontiers for identity fraud, according to a 2012 … [Read more...]

Identity Theft: What You Need to Know to Protect Yourself

All worked up about identify theft? Don’t be. This post concludes my four-part series on identity theft in recognition of "Identity Theft Protection Awareness Week" which is coming up. It's a revision of a post I did a while back originally titled " … [Read more...]

Beware Phishing Attempts and How to Avoid Them

If you have an e-mail account, you’ve probably gotten an e-mail that looks like it is from a financial institution that reads something like this: In a routine update of our customer records, we couldn’t confirm your information. Please click here … [Read more...]

Beware Credit Card Skimmers and How to Spot Them

Talk about serendipitous. I've been planning today's post on credit card and ATM "skimmers" (jerry-rigged little devices criminals use to steal your card numbers), and yesterday my brother tells me he spotted one of these suckers at a rest area on … [Read more...]

Seven Signs You’re At-Risk for Identity Theft

I know what you’re thinking: “I’m young, I’m Web-savvy, I don’t need to worry about identity theft.” Street smarts alone may not protect you from every identity theft trap; this stuff can happen to anybody! What follows are seven signs that you may be … [Read more...]