September 14, 2018 in Banking
Another fintech app for millennials? Snooze. Been there, done that and youth only lasts for so long.
Luckily, a handful of fintech companies, and some banks, have already been swooping in to solve older adults’ financial needs via mobile and web-based apps. Read more....
By: DAVID NIELD
Being hacked can feel like a personal attack: You go to log into Facebook, or Gmail, or iCloud — and your password doesn’t work, leaving you unable to protect your most important online accounts. This worst-case scenario might bring on feelings of nausea and helplessness. Fortunately, you can take action in the face of digital vandalism. If you find yourself locked out of your accounts, major internet services have prepared a few routes for getting back in. As well as restoring your access, these companies help you limit the damage that a hacker can do. Read More.....
How To Keep Your Personal Information Secure
Protecting your personal information can help reduce your risk of identity theft. There are four main ways to do it: know who you share information with; store and dispose of your personal information securely, especially your Social Security number; ask questions before deciding to share your personal information; and maintain appropriate security on your computers and other electronic devices.
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