After the recent data breaches at Target and other stores, you’ll want to be on the lookout for small charges on your credit card statements.
We know not to click on questionable links on our computers. Cybercriminals know we know this, too. That’s why they’re targeting our smartphones.
If you’re among the millions of Americans who received Target’s free credit monitoring offer email recently, you might be wondering what to do next. First, beware of fake emails.
An email security firm says it detected what it calls the first hacker attack using home appliances, which sent out more than 750,000 malicious emails.
Scammers can use the information stolen from Target to try to get you to share more personal information or attempt to take over your computer. Here’s what to look for.
Multiple retailers reportedly are victims of the type of data breach detected at Target.
A columnist asked his readers how they deal with telemarketers, particularly the robocalls. They were happy to share their tips.