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Internet Safety

Protect Your Identity When Applying for College
Keep Personal Data Safe during College Application Season
Make sure your personal and financial data are protected when applying to college online. Prevent identity theft with these tips.
Teach Your Kids about Internet Safety
Is My Child Being Cyberbullied? 6 Questions to Start a Conversation
Approximately 1 in 4 teenagers experience cyberbullying before graduating high school. These tips can help you discuss internet safety with your child.
Avoid Ticket Scams
Financial Fraud: Avoiding Ticket Scams
A ticket scam can cost more than just a missed event. It can be the root for future instances of identity theft and financial fraud. Avoid ticket scams and financial fraud with these tips.
Don't Overshare Personal Information Online
TMI! Identity Thieves Target Oversharing Online
The internet is deeply integrated into our everyday lives, but for all of its benefits, it can also be a gateway for various types of identity theft. Know the risks of oversharing online.
Identity Theft Protection for Military
ID Theft Prevention Checklist for Military Service Members
Military personnel can protect against identity theft – the number one complaint category for members of the military in 2014 – by taking the steps outlined in this checklist. Prevent identity theft.
Keep Your Electronics Safe During Travel
Tips for Traveling with Electronics
Electronics are as much a part of travel as suitcases or sun block. Make sure your trip doesn’t get derailed by your gadgets. Follow these expert traveling tips.
Dealing with Cyberbullying
After Winter Break: How to Respond to Cyberbullying
As winter break comes to a close, it’s important to keep in mind that while your family may have been on vacation, cyberbullying never ceases. Help your child deal with cyberbullying.