Eye On Cyber: How Pop-Up Ads And Cookies Collect Your Personal DataIt seems like you can hardly visit a website today without one of those annoying pop-up ads. Those ads are often collecting data on you, making them more than just a nuisance.
Eye On Cyber: Are Virtual Doctors Visits Secure?More and more patients are taking advantage of video conferencing with their doctors in the comfort of their own homes, instead of making a trip to the office. But are there security risks to online doctors visits?
Eye On Cyber: How Parents Can Protect Their Kids From Online Gaming RisksWith the explosion in popularity of online video games, what are the cybersecurity risks?
Eye on Cyber: Email Spam Back On The RiseDoes it seem like you’re getting more unsolicited emails these days? You probably are.
Eye On Cyber: Protecting Your Sports Betting AccountThis year, many fans can legally place their bets on the Super Bowl - online. With all that money flowing, the odds are, criminal hackers will try to take advantage.
Eye on Cyber: Watch Out For These Tax Season ScamsWhile many Americans don’t look forward to tax season, there’s at least one group of people who do: hackers.
Eye on Cyber: How Data Brokers Are Buying And Selling Your InfoData brokers are tracking, compiling and selling almost every move you make.
Eye on Cyber: Beware Of Phony Techs Trying To Access Your ComputerThere are so many scams to be wary of, but one of the most common is the tech support scam.
Eye On Cyber: Beware Of Handing Your Personal Information Over To HotelsData breaches have become common in the last few years, and recent breaches, like the one at Marriott, have raised questions about how much data travelers hand over to hotels.
Eye On Cyber: Inflight Airplane Wi-Fi Poses Public Security RisksSecurity experts say most airplane internet connections are not encrypted and are just as insecure as using public wi-fi in a coffee shop.
Eye on Cyber: Protecting Your Money When Using Payment AppsPayment apps, otherwise known as “peer to peer payment platforms,” could someday be more popular than cash, especially among younger people. But if you’re not careful, payment apps can make cybercrime fast and easy, too.