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Online is safer than offline when consumers use available security controls. Consumers should install and regularly update anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and keep operating systems and browsers updated. Once online access is secure, consumers should move financial transactions online to eliminate many of the most common avenues fraudsters use to obtain personal information and gain more control compared to traditional channels. Moving online includes turning off paper invoices, statements and checks, including paychecks, and replacing them with electronic versions. Avoid mailing checks to pay bills or deposit funds in your banking account. Instead, pay bills online and use remote deposit check imaging services."
Elvira Carrillo April 26, 2014 at 10:52 AM
Love your Tip of the Week. When it comes to cybersecurity I often feel inadequate. However your tips give me the skills to take control of my families safety online. Have to boast that a few of your tips I already implement so thank you for reassuring me that keeping current by reading tips like these and a little common sense go a long ways.
Shawn M Smigel, SMS Security Inc April 26, 2014 at 04:51 PM
Thank you very much for expressing your feeling towards my posts. It really made me feel Great to hear. Thanks Again, Shawn M. Smigel President/CEO/Security Director


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