Online shopping is convenient, but comes with online risks. In Part 1 of our Holiday SafetySeries we showed how to secure your email to avoid phishing scams and hacking. In this Part 2: how to minimize the risks of shopping online.
Each year, thousands of email accounts are compromised due to poor security, and with the holidays just around the corner, scammers are gearing up to cheat you out of your personal and financial information using any methods at their disposal. Whether it’s through email scams or planting malware onto your computer, scammers are constantly finding ways to steal your information.
Instead of falling victim to scams this holiday season, here are 6 tips on how you can make sure your email account is as secure as it can be.
There are several ways in which cybercriminals are able to get your passwords. Whether it be through malware, stealing, or simply guessing, cybercriminals are getting better and better at cracking your codes. This is where multi-factor authentication comes in!
Last year, as the world adjusted to the realities of working from home, many received a wake-up call when they went to buy a new laptop. Electronics retailers were facing a shortage of laptops due to the high demand. Now, the mad dash for work-from-home essentials seems to be over. So, why does it look like we will be facing a scarcity of laptops for years to come?