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One of the things on the rise over the past year while we’ve all been working from home and staying local, is home delivery. From Groceries, Clothes and takeaways, most areas of delivery services have seen at least a 50% increase year on year in 2020/21.
At TalkTalk, we believe it’s important to provide our customers with a comprehensive security solution that keeps you and your loved ones safe from the continually evolving dangers online – whether you're using a mobile, tablet or computer.
Ever forgotten a password or struggled to remember your National Insurance number? Or the PIN code for your debit card? Or found it hard to log into your online bank on your mobile device? Or pay with your credit card on-the-go?
As concern around the Coronavirus has grown, unfortunately scammers have targeted mailboxes to see if anyone would fall for their usual tricks, using Covid-19 to lure people in. We know that these types of emails are not always easy to spot, so we have identified a number of examples and wanted to share these to raise awareness, in case you become a recipient of these malicious campaigns.
Did you buy or receive any new tech over Christmas? While receiving a new smartphone, tablet or laptop over the holidays can be exciting, it is not without risks, because in many cases, the default delivery state of the shiny new thing offers very little in the way of cybersecurity.
Safe Christmas shopping The festive season is under way and this year more than any other, emotions are generally running high, money may be tight and there are more distractions than usual. As we all take advantage of the great deals, we also need to be super vigilant when shopping online.
iOS 14 Weak Security If you’ve recently updated your Apple device to iOS 14, you may have noticed a new message warning of ‘Weak Security’ on your Wi-Fi connection. This will have happened following the recent iOS 14.01 update Apple have released on some devices.
Cyber criminals are constantly coming up with new ways to trick people into giving away personal information, as well as using tried-and-tested methods to gain access to people's website credentials and social media accounts.