3 ways to fight phishing scams

Phishing scams — unsolicited requests where thieves try to trick you into revealing private data — have become all too common in the workplace. With a little vigilance and a keen eye, you can help keep your organization’s private information… Read More

3 ways to stay protected while connected every day

The amount of data, devices and connections we have today could bring a potentially new set of online security threats. Here’s how to stay protected while connected. Read privacy policiesWhen you log in to a new site or app, you’re… Read More

4 ways to help seniors avoid scam email offers

Picture this: Your senior relative clicked on a “no-obligation” email offer for magazines, books, or maybe even a gift offer or new credit card offer. Unfortunately, such a seemingly legitimate offer may come with a hidden price tag. By knowing… Read More

Data privacy: It all starts at home with you

So many of us post, like and share on a regular basis. So much so we often don’t think about how online sharing impacts our offline lives. That’s why Data Privacy Day, celebrated annually on January 28, reminds us that… Read More

3 tips for sharing data collection practices

Collecting consumer data may be important to your government unit, but it’s also something consumers value. A recent survey from the National Cyber Security Alliance found nearly 75 percent of Americans feel it is “extremely” or “very” important that companies… Read More

Give to charity using your heart and your head

Charitable giving can be one of the most rewarding ways to help a child receive medical care, to rebuild houses after a major disaster, or even feed the hungry in your community. But you want to make sure your funds… Read More

5 office cybersecurity threats to fix now

When it comes to cybersecurity threats, some of the biggest worries for your organization might actually be in plain sight. Here are five often overlooked digital risks to your office and what you can do to reduce them. Lax cybersecurity… Read More