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Most Common Holiday Scams and Tips to Protect Yourself

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November 7, 2013
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The holidays are the most popular time of the year to go shopping. Stay smart, and avoid these common holiday scams. Andrew Dymburt reports.


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Howdini (Nov. 24, 2014) — Protect yourself against malware and hackers, especially during the hectic online shopping season. Mobile device security makes a great holiday gift and protects your loved ones from cyber attacks and identity theft. Video provided by Howdini
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How to Keep You and Your Family's Identitiy Safe Online This Holiday Season

How to Keep You and Your Family's Identitiy Safe Online This Holiday Season

Howdini (Nov. 24, 2014) — The hectic holiday season is a prime time for online identity theft, so make sure you’re protected.Be cautious when shopping online Internet security software makes a great holiday gift and protects your loved ones from cyber attacks and identity theft. Video provided by Howdini
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Snapchat, Target Data Breaches Put Security in Spotlight

Snapchat, Target Data Breaches Put Security in Spotlight

TheStreet (Jan. 7, 2014) — Target's holiday hack was bad news for the company and tough on investors. When Snapchat saw its data breached on a New Year's Eve hack, the company was forced into damage control mode. The Street speaks with Scott Vernick, head of law firm Fox Rothchild LLP's privacy and data security practice, about what companies are doing in the new year to protect consumers.
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Why Smart Everything Is Dumb

Why Smart Everything Is Dumb

Reuters - Business Video Online (Jan. 15, 2014) — Brace yourself - WiFi fridges and bluetooth toothbrushes are coming. Pitched as a big leap forward, Reuters' Jon Gordon argues the connected home paradigm is more shortsighted than futuristic.
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