Security Tips

Scammers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them personal information. But, there are several things you can do to protect yourself. HOW TO RECOGNIZE PHISHING Scammers use email or text messages to trick people into giving them personal information. They may try to...

The internet is at your fingertips with the widespread use of internet-enabled devices such as smartphones and tablets. When traveling and shopping at any time, especially during the holidays, consider the wireless network you might use when completing any transaction on a device. KNOW THE RISKS Smartphones,...

Summer is a popular time to travel whether it be for a relaxing overnight or a week away exploring a new destination. In addition to spending time with family and friends, you might spend time on your smartphone or other devices to assist with directions,...

Spring is often known for its melting of snow, rainstorms, sunshine and flowers; however, it is also referred to as tax season. This tax season, be knowledgeable about the common tax scams, warning signs that you may fall victim to and the steps on how...

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warned Americans that cybercriminals are using maliciously crafted Quick Response (QR) codes to steal their credentials and financial information. This warning was issued as a public service announcement published on the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) in February. "Cybercriminals...

While January 28, 2022 marks the 15th annual Data Privacy Day, each of us faces privacy concerns on a daily basis. If our private information becomes public, it can affect our credit ratings, employment options and even our safety. This cybersecurity tip focuses on steps that...

A new scam is targeting users of popular mobile payment apps. Some said they've been tricked into paying criminals thousands of dollars. "It's really distressing," Nausheen Brooks said. She's out $3,500. "You save your hard-earned money to just be taken away from you. You just don't...