The identity theft statistics are scary. While you could turn stick your head in the sand and cross your fingers that id theft and fraud don’t happen to you or your loved ones, it makes much better sense to empower yourself by being aware. The Protect Your Bubble team has put together the following free infographic illustrating who is most at risk. Please share! If you’re interested in learning more, we invite you to check out our ID Theft Protection services.
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Hacked: Being hacked can feel tough to avoid, especially after it’s happened to you, but handling your personal, online accounts responsibly and safely is more important than ever. If you want to keep your information safe, your line of defense starts with a solid, reliable password.
The Internet is an amazing resource for all generations but we should tread carefully when using it. Online predators can target the most vulnerable among us – older people in particular - stealing money and valuable personal information. Knowledge, however, is power and awareness of safeguards can keep us safe. This infographic by Bluebird Care will help ensure that you and your family members do not become victims of cyber-crime.
So to add more security. I made ALL folders secret so only we can see them except FOOD KINDA. Now we know its not easy to know there is a new pin/message. Lets just always add a random or meaningful) food item after each round of secret pins so that the other will know there is something there to find. Please move this pin into a secret folder after reading it! Safety first!! :)