Internet Explorer is dead. Microsoft sent Internet Explorer off into the sunset last week after nearly 27 years. The aging web browser is being replacedRead More
NY Times Simple Online Security
The New York Times publication Wirecutter has published a guide to Simple Online Security. 10 simple steps to help you be more secure online andRead More
Lockdown! Part 1
Are you keeping your sensitive information locked down? It’s important to have a secure password to prevent unwanted entry. Strong passwords may be/include: Password LengthRead More
It’s Still Tax Time!
Still haven’t done your annual taxes? There’s still time! Remember to be careful when digging up your personal information to fill out forms – thereRead More
Before You Scan that QR Code…
As we move to reduce contact in the world, QR codes have been on the rise to replace menus and add offers. Since the possibilitiesRead More
What is Smishing?
Smishing attacks use similar tactics to phishing schemes, but use SMS text messages instead of emails—hence “smishing” (SMS + phishing). Bad Guys use specially craftedRead More
It’s Tax Time – Be Safe!
The new year also rings in tax season – which is a great time for scammers to try and steal anyone and everyone’s information. BeRead More
Tips for the Holiday Shopping Season
It’s that time of year again, where the internet is full of holiday shoppers ordering the next big item. In these days especially, online shoppersRead More
Worst Passwords of 2021
It’s that time of year again! Check out the top ten most used passwords of 2021 according to NordPass. If you see one on thisRead More
How to Spot a Fake IRS Letter
The IRS seems to be catching up on last year’s tax returns and are sending out letters. This makes it a prime time for theRead More
It’s Cybersecurity Month!
Welcome to Cybersecurity month! CU*Secure is your go-to hub for cybersecurity news, but we’re not the only resource available – check these out! https://www.cnet.com/ https://www.techradar.com/Read More
Security Updates for Apple Products
Today it was announced that there is a system vulnerability with iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch, and Mac computers. Read about the update at CNET.Read More