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Are Your Passwords Safe? – LastPass Data Breach

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July 14th 2015 by
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For those who want to manage all of their passwords under one master password, companies like LastPass provide the solution.  However, LastPass recently reported a data breach on June 12. The company stated that hackers stole email and password reminders and that suspicious activity was detected and blocked on their network.  While hackers did not steal users’ master passwords, they were able to obtain hashes – long strings of characters that are used by Last Pass to verify that a master password is correct when a user accesses the service. Hackers also stole password hints during the breach.  LastPass is…

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5 Steps to Cut Your Data Security Risks

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July 9th 2015 by
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It’s possible to do almost all your shopping and banking from wherever you happen to be with online and mobile devices. However, as recent events show, it’s always better to be proactive about protecting yourself when using this kind of technology. Hackers and scammers often target the same devices to steal from unsuspecting victims. But there are steps you can take to can help guard your personal information and hard-earned cash: 1. Protect your device Not shielding your smartphone, computer or tablet is like leaving your car open with the keys in the ignition. Lock out hackers by updating firewalls,…

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What To Do If Your Accounts Are Compromised

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July 2nd 2015 by
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Having reason to believe that your bank account or credit card has been compromised can be overwhelming and intimidating.  But don’t let the stress overtake your life. Use this guide to resolve the issue with as little anxiety as possible. When you first detect that a compromise may have occurred, make sure that it is actually true.  Do not accept everything you read.  It’s good practice to contact your bank first for confirmation. After confirming that there was a breach… 1. Find out what information was compromised and what assistance your bank and/or merchant is going to offer you.  You should also check…

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Data Breach May Affect Millions of Federal Employees

June 5th 2015 by
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The personal information of about 4 million current and former federal employees may have been compromised in what may be the biggest data breach of the government’s computer networks. Nearly every government agency was affected in this attack. The only groups not affected were the legislative and judicial branches, along with uniformed military personnel. An upgraded detection system discovered the breach in April, but it wasn’t known that sensitive data had been compromised until May. China has been suspected of the attack, but does deny the allegations. If you may have been affected, here’s what you should do: Watch your finances closely. You can use online and mobile banking to check your transactions daily. If you haven’t already, claim your free annual credit report. You may also want to consider using credit monitoring services. Research identity theft protection options. Aspire offers discounted services through MetLife. Look out for suspicious emails asking…

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Staples Latest Company Hit by Data Breach

December 23rd 2014 by
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The office supply store Staples recently provided details on their data breach which occurred earlier this year. The company first mentioned the incident back in October, but further investigation was needed. Point of sale systems in 115 stores nationwide were infected with malware. You can view affected stores here. Customers who shopped in these stores between August 10, 2014 and September 16, 2014, may have had their card information compromised. Two of the stores were affected between July 20, 2014 and September 16, 2014. Unfortunately, these date ranges were peak back-to-school shopping time. Staples reports about 1.16 million cards were…

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