Older adults face unique challenges and vulnerabilities in safeguarding their financial well-being and sensitive personal information if they want to avoid being victims of fraud.
Revised – November 23, 2022
Although it’s the most wonderful time of the year, you still need to guard your identity so you don’t suffer from a not-so-merry Christmas or a less-than-happy Chanukah.
Like any new technology, criminals using cyberattacks are turning those AI capabilities upside down to develop a growing set of threats.
Hacking and identity theft are as prevalent as ever. At some point, don’t be surprised if one or more bad guys come looking for your sensitive information to criminally exploit.
According to a report by Juniper Research, online payment fraud losses will increase by more than 50% between 2020 and 2024. That was before the pandemic was figured in.