Protect Your Money

Protect Your Money

Cyber criminals are getting smarter and more efficient, and they have an enormous amount of resources at work against you. By not properly securing your online accounts, you’re begging bad actors to take your information. In fact, there are places on the dark web where you can buy people’s credit card information for as little as $10 per card.

Security firm Norton reported that in 2017, “978 million people in 20 countries were affected by cybercrime” and those “consumers … lost $172 billion – an average of $142 per victim.”

You’ve worked hard for your money. Follow these steps to ensure you do not end up being a victim to online criminals.