Posts Tagged 'identity theft'

If there’s one reason why classic James Bond films are so widely enjoyed, it’s because of the unbeatable gadgets. From complex and indescribable to common and crafty, Bond gadgets always capture the audience’s imagination. In fact, some Bond gadgets were so powerful in concept that they became real, everyday objects. Fingerprint readers and cameras are […]

I write about family safety for several reasons, one of which, is that I’ve experienced a few digital disasters first hand and hope by sharing, I can somehow help others. A few of my own personal tech collisions: I’ve had my identity stolen, I’ve been hacked, and one of the most painful—our family had a password stolen […]

No one likes dealing with passwords, but the reality is we need some form of identification and authentication to protect our digital reputation and information as well as to facilitate customized online experiences. As we celebrate World Password Day 2016, it is time to make passwords both strong and easy to use. At some point, someone […]

Mystery shopping can be exhilarating. It’s almost like the life of a spy, as you send secret details back to an elusive source, while they pay for every luxury. But it’s not all glamorous. While many mystery shopping gigs are indeed legitimate, participants can sometimes become victims of double-crossing, targeted by criminals seeking to rob […]

It’s just too easy. To purchase anything, from anyone, at any time online, that is. And, when things are easy, a false sense of comfort sets in and that can spell disaster for anyone not paying close attention to their money. No one is more prone to financial calamity than kids growing up today in […]