The holiday season can be hectic, and with travel, family and festivities, it can be easy to let cyber safety take a backseat. However, it’s important to always keep security top of mind: fraudsters take advantage of an increase in online shopping and traveling, and a decrease in attention, to target potential victims. In fact, U.S. online fraud attempts increased 22% during the 2017 holiday shopping season.1 Be on the alert for suspicious emails, calls or activity, especially if the sender requests personal or financial information or requests to remote into your computer.
Ensuring cyber safety in the following key areas can help secure your personal information and help protect you against fraud:
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1 ACI Worldwide, 2018
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