Juice Jacking – Is this a threat against my cell phone and other USB-connected devices?

With vacation time right around the corner, the FCC and the FBI recently released warnings about Juice Jacking. Juice Jacking refers to the threat of malicious access gained to your phone or other USB devices when plugged into a public charging kiosk – such as at an airport. The FCC originally published this warning in 2019.

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Love is in the Air

Cyber attackers are opportunistic, and with Valentine's Day right around the corner, you can expect to see an increase in threats related to socially engineered relationships.

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The Rise of Robotexts

When it comes to texting scams, the key is knowing how to respond - and when not too. Scammers are always trying to find a way into your life. Just when anti-spam technology started to limit the number of robocalls we get, fraudsters started sneaking into our phones through another window...our text messages.

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Thinking Outside the Box

As shippers forecast another record year of holiday deliveries, scammers are ramping up their efforts to take advantage. Here is some advice on making sure those deliveries really are yours.

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Protecting Yourself from Popular Scam Tactics

Fraudsters utilize many different tactics to deceive individuals, often to obtain their personal information. This information is then used by fraudsters to create synthetic identities. Synthetic identity fraud is defined as the use of a combination of personally identifiable information (PII) to fabricate a person or entity in order to commit a dishonest act for personal or financial gain.

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