Another Yahoo! Data Breach. Over a Billion Users Affected.

Yahoo announced on December 14, 2016, that a major data breach occurred in 2013 which affected over 1 billion accounts. This breach is larger and is a different breach than the 2014 breach that Yahoo announced in September 2016.

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It's Holiday Time. Don't Let Your Guard Down

It's holiday time and for most people, their security and privacy are not foremost in their thoughts. Yet many hazards and threats are more prevalent during this season of the year. Shopping safely locally and online and safety around the home are important. Here are some tips and resources to help keep you and your family safe and your sensitive information secure.

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What You Should Know About the New Broadband Privacy Rules

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted rules that require broadband Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to protect the privacy of their customers. The new rules will provide consumers with better control of how broadband ISPs use and share their data. The rules also require broadband ISPs to better protect personal information. The ISPs impacted include those providing fixed and mobile broadband to people's homes.

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With the Holiday Shopping Season Upon Us, Beware of Fake Apps

With more and more people using mobile devices for shopping, scammers have turned to apps to target consumers. Fake retail and product apps have been around for some time but are now becoming more widespread.

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What You Should Know About the Internet of Things & DDoS Attacks

On October 21st, many people had trouble accessing dozens of popular websites and services as a result of a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that targeted Dyn, a major Domain Name System (DNS) hosting service. In this news brief we'll address what DDoS attacks may mean to you and what you should do.

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Don't Get Caught by This Fake IRS Tax Form Scam

There is a new scam that is sending people fake tax forms related to the Affordable Care Act. It may come by email or by mail and indicates that the recipient underreported their 2014 income as it relates to Affordable Care Act coverage and they owe additional taxes. It includes a fake CP2000 notice for tax year 2015.

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