Social Engineering: Impersonation

No matter how secure a system is, there’s always a way to break in. While software companies are learning how to strengthen their programs, hackers and malicious social engineers are turning to the weakest part of the infrastructure – the people. Impersonation is when a person plays the role of someone you are likely to trust or obey convincingly enough to fool you into allowing access to your office, to information, or to your information [...]

By | January 29th, 2016
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How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft Tax Refund Fraud

Identity Theft Tax Refund Fraud Tax season is officially upon us. It’s time to gather your W-2s, crunch numbers and mail your annual income taxes to Uncle Sam. It’s also time to learn about the number one fraud of the season: identity theft tax refund fraud. Understanding how cyber criminals pull it off and what the consequences are for victims can help protect yourself. Identity theft tax refund fraud occurs when someone uses another person’s [...]

By | January 19th, 2016
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