Whether you’re out and about holiday shopping or shopping online, be mindful to keep your personally identifiable information (PII) safe. Scammers know this is the perfect opportunity to be a Grinch and steal the holiday cheer of unsuspecting shoppers – while cashing in big-time. Online shopping poses a potential threat from cyber thieves who are poised to steal PII.
The more you understand the tools and schemes hackers use to access your personal information, the more you will be able to protect yourself from cyberattacks!
In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, we want to provide our seniors and their family members and caregivers with tips to guard against financial exploitation. Roughly 20 percent of older Americans fall prey to financial exploitation losing on average $120,000, or $3 billion every year, according to a study from the AARP Public Policy Institute.
As more and more of our professional and personal interactions move online, including online and mobile banking, it’s important to be safe in cyberspace.
At Franklin Savings Bank, we are committed to cyber safety and eager to protect our customers by sharing some important tips on how to stay secure in cyberspace.
In part 2 of our cybersecurity series, we focus on the popular types of cyber-scams and what to watch out for.
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