In a cloak-and-dagger caper reaching from Eastern Europe to the Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC, the nation and the world witnessed the most highly publicized case of phishing ever to come to light. It was during last year’s presidential campaign when 10 years of emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman,… Continue Reading..
In my last blog l told the story of a couple I work with who had been the victims of credit card fraud. The investigation as to who perpetrated this crime is ongoing, but isn’t too early to learn some lessons about how to prevent it from happening to you.… Continue Reading..
Being vigilant about your privacy is a necessity in today’s world, and nothing is more important to protect than your Social Security number. Unfortunately, many businesses - and the federal government - are not as careful with citizens’ numbers as they should be. While colleges and universities have ceased using… Continue Reading..
I recently read an article in the New York Times about the balance between work and family. Specifically, how some women choose to keep their maiden names because they have built a career using it -- and how many of those same women change to their married name in order… Continue Reading..
Imagine falling through the cracks. It’s a scary feeling to find yourself in, especially if you are in a foreign country. But that’s exactly what happened to my friend Jane -- not her real name. She was abroad during a recent vacation when the ramifications of identity theft reared their… Continue Reading..