It can be tough parenting kids in the social media age. You want them to have the freedom to explore and learn but you’re also aware of the potential online threats they face. How do you protect them while also allowing them to have fun?
The interest rate on your credit card may be high but the price paid for your credit card details is very low. The market for credit card information is large, the profits are huge and the clientele are hungry. And just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. If you’re not engaging in identity theft protection you might be in for a nasty shock.
Bullying is nasty. Online bullying is even nastier. The perp hides behind a cloak of anonymity while the victim weeps onto their key board and disintegrates inside. It’s not ok, it needs to be stopped and here’s some advice on how to do just that.
Over 9 million people in the UK have had online accounts hacked – and quite a few more than once. It’s a sobering figure and reveals just how wide scale and commonplace hacking has become.
Cyber villains are becoming increasingly brazen. The latest plot reveals just how mainstream cyber crime is becoming and why it’s increasingly important to practice identity theft protection.