Cybercrime Series

Gmail Password Hack

While Gmail claims most of the passwords published may not work, it is best to change your passwords frequently. Read More »

Free WiFi Could Cost You

Free WiFi seems like a good idea, but connecting to an unsecured network could lead to problems later on. Read More »

Debit Card Security

With big data breaches at familiar retailers like Target and Home Depot, it's more important than ever to be careful about where you swipe. Protect yourself from being a victim of fraud by not using your debit card at these 4 places. Read More »

Identity Theft

Last year more than 12 million people were victims of identity theft in the United States. One of the easiest ways for hackers to steal your information is online. I like to call identity theft an “economic homicide” because it truly is that detrimental to your credit score. It can take months or even years to repair your credit after ... Read More »

Cyber Crime Series: Passwords

We all have lots of passwords to remember. When you are saving your passwords on your computer, make sure that document is password protected! Read More »

Cyber Crime Series: Your Social Security Card

While many of us carry our social security cards in our wallets, this is an unnecessary risk that puts your identity in danger. Read More »

Cybercrime Series: Fake Emails

Art Jackman and Peter “the Webdoc” Martin sit down to discuss how to spot fraudulent emails and what to do if you are a victim. Read More »

Cybercrime Series: Fake Inheritance

Art Jackman and Peter “the Webdoc” Martin sit down to discuss those common “fake inheritance” emails. Read More »

Cybercrime Series: Hotels and Travelling

Art Jackman sits down with Peter “the Webdoc” Martin to discuss how you can protect yourself when you are traveling. Read More »

Lisa Chittaro discusses Preventing Fraud

Assistant State Attorney Lisa Chittaro discusses fraud in the community. Read More »