Understand how to shop online more safely, how to create and store stronger passwords, and more.

Top Five Consumer Cyber Security FAQs

Cyber security is becoming more important in everyone’s personal and daily life. How can you better protect your personal information against new threats?

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[Video] What is Spoofing?

When someone or something pretends to be something else in an attempt to gain access to your personal information, it’s called spoofing. Here are some of the different types and how to recognize spoofing.

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What Is Personal Cybersecurity?

If you work remotely from home or elsewhere, it’s important that you learn to better protect yourself against cyberattacks and digital fraud.

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Avoid Scams with Peer-to-Peer Payments

More people are using Venmo®, PayPal® and other payment software when sending money peer to peer. But scams are everywhere, no matter what platform you use. Learn how to avoid payment app scams with guidance from Equifax. 

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Password Safety: Are Yours Secure Enough?

Passwords are one of the most common ways hackers break into computers and steal personal data. Here are some suggestions for how to create strong passwords -- and storing all your passwords securely.

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Cybersecurity Awareness: Your Checkup Checklist

You can take steps that may help reduce your chances of becoming an identity theft victim. Here is a checklist to conduct your own cybersecurity checkup.

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Shopping Online? Help Keep Your Identity and Financial Information Safe

There's no denying that online shopping can be convenient. Here are some suggestions to help avoid ID theft and scams while browsing. 

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Teaching Your Kids About Internet Safety

You can begin educating kids about basic Internet safety even at an early age. Here's a guide to what to talk about with kids as they grow older.

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