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Cybersecurity - What you need to know

Are you one of those 14 million? Has your personal information been exposed in a data breach or hack?

The statistics say, “Most likely.” The past few years have given us record-breaking breaches. You see only a few of the big ones listed here. T-Mobile, exposed data of over 54 million people. 500 million Facebook users were victim to a data breach that exposed their phone numbers, full names, locations, email addresses and more.

Yahoo took first place for the biggest breach in history with news of hack that affected every single Yahoo account– that’s 3 BILLION users.

And these are only some of the breaches that occurred in the last few years. Given those statistics, it’s likely that your personal information has landed in the hands of a hacker.

In addition, new threats are exposed every day. Even as we sit here now, a vast array of cyber attacks are pounding at the walls of security networks built to protect you and your digital persona on the Internet.

And what I’m going to say next sounds a bit dramatic, but it’s completely true:

A world of dark forces and criminal networks conspire day and night to steal your username and password, obtain your Social Security number, open credit cards in your name, drain your bank accounts, and seize your computer to hold it for ransom.

We are not experts, but we hope to help provide information on how to protect yourself, and make you aware of scams.  

Down below are article on different topics.   

HACKED- How do you know if you have been hacked.

Cyber-attacks are launched at us every day. Do you know the warning signs that your security
has been compromised?   Learn more by clicking here

Savvy Cybersecurity  Reference card

This attached card will make you aware if you are doing well with your cybersecurity knowledge and safety.   
Savvy Cybersecurity Card

Elder Scams - Cybersecurity

Elder fraud continues to be a growing problem with millions falling victim to a scam every year. Know the common signs that signal
trickery—and what to do if you or a loved one is being scammed.  4 Common Elder Scams