Keeping your personal financial information safe from cyber thieves doesn’t require a ban on online shopping and banking — it just requires care.
Follow these tips and you should be okay — even if you take the riskier path of banking by cell phone.
It’s a new era in terms of risk on the Web: from scams to spam to predatory practices, you have more reasons than ever to be proactive about protecting your kids while they’re surfing online.
Fortunately, Windows 7 gives you a robust set of built-in parental controls.
Frequent Internet users get mixed messages about data privacy.
We worry about data miners and identity theft but put our life stories up on Facebook. Here are some basic steps to enhance your personal security.
You wouldn’t drive your car at night without at least buckling up and turning on the headlights, so why would you surf the Web without using basic safety procedures?
Our Windows Secrets Security Baseline is a simple summary of the products and services that give PC users a minimum safe PC configuration.
Protecting yourself from the criminals of the Internet shouldn’t cost you a fortune. In fact, it doesn’t have to cost you anything.
Firewalls and antivirus programs can’t do all the work of safe computing — small, targeted utility apps that encrypt your files, keep your passwords safe, and clean up your PC add to your protection.