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Seniors and Passwords – Help Your Aging Parent Stay Safe Online

This gets tricky. Are you familiar with the term Digital Native? These are people born at a time when the World Wide Web was already a part of our daily life. Typically, our parent’s grandchildren. Most folks reading this article are not digital natives. You likely surfed the digital wave as it formed and continue […]


How to Make a Strong Password Today

We discussed much of this in depth earlier in the year and encourage you to catch up on previous password-related posts. If you have the time, we encourage you to read, bookmark or share on social media the posts we’ve written about Scams, Fraud, and more. These are important topics – for us and the […]


Tips to Keep Seniors Safe from Financial Abuse

In July’s post about Elder Care – Signs of Financial Abuse, we reviewed the Red Flags that signal an increased vulnerability to financial abuse. This month, we focus on what you can do and look at ways you can be pro-active and take preventative, protective actions to keep the elderly safe – financially speaking. We […]


Passwords – Security Tips from Experts

In the previous post, we covered the basics of a “SLICK password” and “passphrases” as an alternative to the usual suspects. If you missed that post, take a minute and review it now. CLICK HERE For those who are SUPER security conscious and want to create the ultimate in protection, we’re really going to bump […]


Identity Theft – Why Passwords Matter – Part 3

This has been a heavy-hitting series. You may want to go back and see what we covered in Part 1 and Part 2 of Identity Theft and Why Passwords Matter. We covered passwords, the ways in which your online accounts are vulnerable, social engineering and related methods of attack, and so much more. Here, in […]