Griffon Force CEO, Carrie Kerskie, speaks with WINK news about ways to prevent credit card fraud. Click to read the interview.
Using public wifi is convenient and free. Sounds great, right? Think again. You might be saving money on your mobile data plan but it could end up costing you your privacy. What is public Wifi Public wifi is found at most airports, hotels, libraries or local coffee shops. Establishments that offer public wifi permit you to use their internet connection
Out with the old and in with the new. Tech devices have become a common gift at the holidays. But what do you do with your old device? You could sell it online, trade it in, toss it in the trash. I know, throwing it away is not eco-friendly. I am not telling you to throw it away, I am
Hurricane Irma caused damage to both buildings and vegetation. These gave scammers an opportunity to take advantage of people. After Irma, scammers arrived in Florida from around the county promising assistance with debris removal or repairs. Debris Removal Irma left in her wake downed trees and other debris. Depending on the capabilities of the homeowner, the ability to remove the
During a natural disaster, such as a hurricane, people do not consider their mail when evacuating. After you leave, your mail will accumulate in your mailbox until the hurricane arrives. Once USPS resumes service, mail will continue to accumulate until your return. All that mail is just sitting there in your unlocked mailbox waiting for someone to retrieve it. That
After a natural disaster bad guys will use every opportunity to scam and defraud you. They know that you are focused on other things, such a maintaining or rebuilding. They know that you may have limited resources, such as no power or internet. This gives them an advantage. FEMA Applications Within two days of hurricane Irma hitting Florida, FEMA was