Tag: Security Tips

Know What You are Clicking On

[ 0 ] December 5, 2017 |
Know What You are Clicking On

If in doubt, just don’t click (or tap). That is the best advice I can give you regarding you and your security online. Whether you receive an email, text message or a browser pop-up: if you aren’t expecting or don’t recognize the message, it probably isn’t something you should click or tap on. The best […]

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ILFB Annual Meeting Micro Talk: Phishing

[ 0 ] December 17, 2015 |
ILFB Annual Meeting Micro Talk: Phishing

Just a few weeks ago, we attended the Illinois Farm Bureau Annual Meeting and held two Micro-Talks. One was centered around Phishing, a big topic in information security and identity theft. It’s easy to be a victim of Phishing because the person trying to get information is often seemingly trustworthy. To summarize the Micro-Talk, we’ve […]

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How to Recognize, Avoid and Report Cyber Fraud

[ 0 ] January 8, 2015 |
How to Recognize, Avoid and Report Cyber Fraud

The National Credit Union Association (NCUA) has been kind enough to provide us and our members with this great resource on protecting our personal information and staying secure. The video is Part 1 of a 2 part video series. Please keep and eye out for the 2nd video.  

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Security Tips For Android Users

[ 0 ] June 19, 2014 |
Security Tips For Android Users

Here are a few security tips for our android device users to help keep you safe. Disable app downloads from unknown sources. Install an anti-malware app from a trusted company. Do not connect to unknown/untrusted unsecured WIFI networks. Do not open links from unsolicited text messages. Put a passcode on your lock screen. Read the […]

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