Author Archives: Melanie Medina

About Melanie Medina

Melanie is a native of Bolivia who has lived in Boston for over 10 years. She likes to make time to travel, jog, read, and play backgammon. Fueled by copious amounts of coffee, Melanie stays on top of her to-do list while also keeping abreast of identity theft issues. Serious data breaches are happening all the time in the U.S. and Melanie loves being part of a solution that brings peace of mind to families across the country.

What’s in Your Digital Wallet

Need to pay a friend back after he picked up the tab last night? Want to loan some money to a pal but don’t have time to get to a bank for some cash? Click, click, done. Last month, we …Read More […]

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Are Your Passwords Safe From the Citadel Trojan?

If you use a password manager to store all your online logins, you probably feel pretty secure right now. While there are several different kinds, password managers are generally considered to be a smart decision when it comes to protecting …Read More […]

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Online Banking Security Concerns

Do you bank on the go? Maybe you want to start, but you’re concerned about online banking security? You aren’t alone. More than a third of Americans say they hesitate to make the leap to mobile banking because they fear …Read More […]

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Online Privacy Protection with Facebook Dark

Last month, we took a look at Ello, the social media site that burst onto the scene promoting ad-free socializing. The promise of Ello, of course, is that you’ll be more secure because your data will never be sold to …Read More […]

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Online Ebola Scams – Be on Alert

Given the rampant spread of Ebola in West Africa the last few months, it seems only right to give help wherever and whenever possible. When things like this happen, our natural instinct is to reach out and provide support in …Read More […]

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