Perry Eaton

Perry Eaton

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Safe Summer Travels

Are you making travel plans this summer? Buying airplane tickets, booking hotel rooms, and searching websites for fun things to do? Packing your bag with a new bathing suit and plenty of sunscreen?

Posted by Perry Eaton on Jun 19, 2018
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5 Ways to Secure Your Online Finances

It was not so many years ago that you paid your bills with a checkbook and a roll of stamps. Buying or selling stocks required picking up a landline telephone and talking to your broker. If you wanted to transfer money from your checking account to your savings account, you went to the bank.

Posted by Perry Eaton on Feb 27, 2018
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Keep It Safe: Your Social Security Number and You

Here’s a quaint bit of Baby Boomer nostalgia. If you were born between 1946 and 1964, you’re old enough to remember when people used to actually apply for a Social Security number. 

Posted by Perry Eaton on Feb 20, 2018
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7 Low-Tech Solutions to Protect Your Information

When it comes to breaches in the security of valuable private information, 2017 was a banner year. Not a month went by without at least one large company or governmental agency suffering a cyber attack that put hundreds of thousands of people at risk for identity theft. 

Posted by Perry Eaton on Feb 6, 2018
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How To Spot Fraud Emails, and How To Handle Them

We all know what phishing means, and, unfortunately, it’s got nothing to do with reeling in a largemouth bass. But knowing what phishing is and actually recognizing it are two different things. Let’s take a look at how to spot—and stop—those fraudulent, “phishy” emails.

Posted by Perry Eaton on Dec 8, 2016
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Teach Kids to be Safe in the Digital Age

Where technology and children intersect, it’s easy for parents to feel fearful about what’s lurking out there in the jungles and dark alleys of the Internet.

Posted by Perry Eaton on Dec 1, 2016
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Essential Tips for Better Password Management

You see the headlines all the time. Hackers almost routinely steal private, valuable information from department stores, hospitals, and banks. But one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself is probably the one thing you don’t do—manage your passwords.

Posted by Perry Eaton on Nov 22, 2016
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