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Now that we're into the new year, you may be thinking about your priorities for the coming twelve months; whether it's saving for a rainy day, losing a little weight or trying Veganuary. But have you considered security?
Security is probably not your first priority at Christmas, but it’s when you and your loved ones might be most vulnerable to cyber-attacks. If you want to have a Smart and Safe Christmas, then read on.
Love it or hate it, shopping is something we all need to do. Thanks to advancements in technology, there are more ways than ever to do it; on an app, in-store collection, click and collect, using Amazon storage lockers, and with real-time delivery updates
Scammers are calling Thomas Cook customers to offer fake refunds in an attempt to trick people into handing over their bank details and personal information. Here's what to look for and how to stay safe.
With your child becoming more independent you may have bought them a smartphone, so they can stay in touch regarding their after-school plans.
The word scam is part of our everyday language, but what is a scam? It's defined in the dictionary as an illegal way of making money, usually by tricking people. Scams have been around for ages, but the bad guys are always coming up with new ways to trick unsuspecting people into parting with their money.The word scam is part of our everyday language, but what is a scam? It's defined in the dictionary as an illegal way of making money, usually by tricking people. Scams have been around for ages, but the bad guys are always coming up with new ways to trick unsuspecting people into parting with their money.
Make sure you #MulletOver before you fall victim to phishing emails on National Fish and Chip Day.
Phishing emails, have you ever seen the term and wondered what they are? Take a look at what they are and what to look out for?
As Jack Frost starts to nip at your toes and we get ready for the festive period that’s almost upon us we’re no doubt fighting the crowds on the high street to source that perfect gift or maybe you're sat at home, toasty in your pyjamas like an internet ninja hunting down the latest and greatest deals on the web. Whilst online shopping is a great way to beat the crowds, the scammers sadly don’t rest for the holidays and with an expected 80% of festive shopping being done online this year they will no doubt be resorting to some sophisticated tactics to trick and bamboozle you.