Speaker 1: Welcome everyone. You’ve heard it over and over and over again. Take steps protect yourself online, but with so many data breaches it is worth repeating, especially when it comes to your money. We are joined today by the Nanette Graviet, vice president of public relations at Mountain America Credit Union. You are right, we hear this a lot but yet we probably hear more about all the hacking that’s going on into our accounts. What can we do? What should we do right now to protect ourselves?
Nanette: Well it is very important that you take an active role in taking care of your security online. The first thing that we recommend is keep your computer clean and make sure that you have an up-to-date security software system installed, properly installed on your computer and make sure that you take advantage of those regular updates. So many times they send regular updates, “Hey you need to update your software” and we use snooze that or we just ignore it. Don’t do that. Take advantage of that. Be careful where you connect. A lot of people think that you should only protect your home computer but really any device that connects to the internet should be protected with security software. Then make sure you have good passwords.
Speaker 1: That is the hardest thing.
Nanette: I know.
Speaker 1: We talk about good passwords, different passwords. How do you do that? How do you make sure your passwords are secure?
Nanette: First of all you want to make sure you have very strong passwords. Long and strong is kind of the way to remember how to set those. Make sure you have a mix of upper and lower case letters, numbers, symbols. Then once you have all those you are probably thinking “Oh my gosh, how am I ever going to remember all these passwords?” Take advantage of a password manager. Then you only have to remember one super secure password and it will let you in so you can access all the other passwords that you have.
Speaker 1: You know, it is one thing to talk about other passwords that you have. It is one thing to talk about keeping yourself secure whether it is Facebook or other websites but we are talking about your money; your banking. Where is it really important? What are some things that we really need to remember?
Nanette: E-Statements are a great way to start out keeping yourself safe. That way you ensure that those statements are coming to you. They are not sitting in a mailbox. They are also not cluttering up your desk. They are safe, better for the environment.
Speaker 1: You are throwing them away and some are going through your trash.
Nanette: A lot of people don’t shred even though we know the benefits of that. Setting up Billpay, getting your bills online and then paying them online is going to eliminate those statements as well. Then so many alerts are available, so you can get an alert on your device when anything happens on your account just so you can know that that is something that you transacted.
Speaker 1: Then that’s something else that brings us kind of to the fraud protection. Not only are you worried about people hacking into whatever accounts you may have, but then someone stealing your identity as well.
Nanette: Right. There’s a lot of phishing schemes out there and some people might say what is phishing? Phishing with a PH very similar to actual fishing where they are going to dangle something in front of you that looks real, but it is not. If you see an email that you are questioning, if in doubt throw it out. Delete it. Mark it as junk mail but don’t invite that into your computer. You want to be really aware of what’s going on. If something does happen and you do fall victim to a fraudulent scheme, contact your financial institution immediately. The faster you can get to them, the faster they can stop any additional fraud from happening on your account and help you take steps to recover.
Speaker 1: How do people get hold of you?
Nanette: Visit us at any of our branches or online at MACU.com.
Speaker 1: Nanette Graviet, thank you so much for joining us on this Money Monday.
Nanette: It is all right.
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There Are VERY Basic Steps That EVERYONE Should Take to Protect Themselves Online … Take The Time to Learn What They Are!
Viruses, identify theft and online scams – those are just some of the things we have to battle on an almost daily basis.
As a society we have never been more ‘connected’. The Internet is not a fad, it isn’t just for tech people – it is a part of of our everyday lives.
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Simple Steps to Protect Your Online Reputation
Is your business devoting the time it needs to managing your online reputation? Most offline businesses never think about it. They may not even know the damage that a negative review might be causing them.
What folks don’t realize is that reputation management is something you have to be proactive about. You don’t wait until an attack comes and then start worrying about it. Once that happens, it’s too late. One site that talks badly about your company can be seen all the time all over the world.
Step One — Monitor Your Online Rep
It all starts with simply keeping tabs on what’s being said about your company online. You can start by searching for your name in the search engines. Next, search for your name along with ‘reviews.’ After that, try your name with a bunch of nasty negative search terms like, ‘sucks,’ ‘stinks,’ ‘horrible,’ ‘scam,’ and, ‘lousy customer service.’
Well, hopefully you don’t get any exact matches for any of those. You might want to make sure you’re sitting down just in case you do!
Step Two — Respond Quickly
This is definitely the trickiest step. You should respond as quickly as possible but at the same time, don’t say anything rash.
If you find a review or website that has a legitimate complaint about your business, take a few minutes and sulk. When you’re finished, get ahold of yourself and craft your reply.
Respond to the listing and first of all, thank them for the feedback. Then ask if there is any way your service can be improved. You might tell them that you’ve taken it into consideration and brought it up with your staff. The important thing is that you’re letting other people who read the negative listing know that you’re listening and you care.
If it’s something that’s just outright mean, insulting, obscene, nasty or slanderous, contact the website owner and ask them to remove it. Some sites will let you ‘flag as inappropriate.’ If you don’t get a response from the owner, you can contact the hosting service and let them know there’s something libelous on one of the sites they host.
If the problem’s more complex than that, you might consider hiring reputation management specialists. This is a growing industry and there are lots of specialists offering their services.
Step Three — Get Good Reviews
Good reviews can often neutralize bad reviews. Ask your customers to leave you feedback at review websites like Yelp, Citysearch, Google Places or any other relevant review sites. To get them to do it, offer a discount or coupon for each review. Tell lots of people because it’s all about the numbers — there’s a certain percentage who’ll tell you they’ll do it but won’t.
The most important thing is that you’ve got to be civil. The reason is that everybody else is going to be reading it. If you reply in a nasty way, you’ll look desperate and defensive, and that’ll just cause more damage to your online reputation.
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In recognition of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, here are 6 tips to making solid passwords, to help protect your digital life. http://www.intel.com/lifehacks
Special thanks to Intel and McAfee for supporting this project!
Be sure to check out http://www.intel.com/lifehacks for digital life hacks like these, as well as a chance to win a Free Ultrabook.
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The ideas and examples demonstrated in the video are suggestions for practical development of strong memorable passwords based on my personal research and experience. Having a strong password will not guarantee your accounts cannot be compromised. There are many people with many ways to trick you into giving out personal information. See below for links to more information on how you can be better protected. Use of video content is at own risk.
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Helpful Hints for Extra Security:
– Have you already been hacked? .. Contact your web service and follow steps for recovering account. Change passwords to all compromised accounts asap. You can find contact information and guidance at http://www.staysafeonline.org/stay-safe-online/keep-a-clean-machine/hacked-accounts
– Never click the link on an email that asks you to log into your account. For example, if you get an email claiming to be from “Paypal”, “eBay” or any other sensitive site asking you to log in, it’s probably a phishing scam. To be safe, log into the account by going directly to their website.
– Avoid forwarding emails to multiple recipients. Forwarding mass emails is a great way for hackers to collect lists of passwords, and begin phishing for sensitive personal information. To be save, avoid forwarding mass emails, and do not click on links in suspicious emails.
– If an email looks suspicious, don’t even open it.
Why write down passwords on a piece of paper?
“Simply, people can no longer remember passwords good enough to reliably defend against dictionary attacks, and are much more secure if they choose a password too complicated to remember and then write it down. We’re all good at securing small pieces of paper. I recommend that people write their passwords down on a small piece of paper, and keep it with their other valuable small pieces of paper: in their wallet.”
—Bruce Schneier, 2005
Like any security measure, super strong passwords will not guarantee you ultimate protection, but these ideas are simple, and are certainly the first line of defense in protecting your accounts.
Once again, special thanks to http:/www.intel.com/lifehacks for supporting this project. Be sure to check out http:/www.intel.com/lifehacks for digital life hacks like these, as well as a chance to win a free Ultrabook.TM
The use of mobile telephones, tablets and personal computers is common in most people’s lives.
Here are some simple steps we all can take to help protect our children when they are online.
■ NEVER post personal information, including your name, home address, photograph, phone number or school, anywhere on the internet.
■ ALWAYS tell your parents or another adult you know of any contact online that makes you feel uncomfortable.
■ NEVER arrange a face-to-face meeting with someone you have chatted to online without your parents’ or carers’ full knowledge. Have a parent/carer accompany you.
■ ALWAYS think before sending. Pressing ‘send’ is definite and final – you can’t get it back.
■ DO NOT send a picture of yourself to anyone you don’t know.
Parents – protect your children online.
■ ALWAYS educate your children about the dangers associated with online conversations.
■ ENSURE that you discuss age-appropriate sites with your children.
■ TALK to your child about what they do online and their favourite sites to visit.
■ CHECK with your child’s school, public library, and other places they frequent to find out what internet sites they’re accessing.
■ ALWAYS monitor the status of safety settings on devices used by your child.
Protect your home devices
■ DEACTIVATE settings like GPS from social media sites used by your child.
■ ENSURE you and your family use strong passwords to secure your devices.
■ ALWAYS use secure web browsers and active parental control restrictions on your home computer and devices.
■ PROTECT your passwords so your child cannot automatically purchase apps without your approval.
■ DO NOT GIVE YOUR PASSWORD TO ANYONE – NO ONE!
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Every startup today should be thinking about its approach to security. This is especially true for companies with access to sensitive information about individual consumers.
Sumit Agarwal, Co-Founder and VP of Product at Shape Security, addressed this issue at a recent KPCB 12-200 CEO Workshop. “If you’re like most of the people I talk to, security is a little bit like getting in better shape,” he said. “You know what you need to do – but that’s not going to happen, not this year.”
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