Phone scammers are sneakier than you'd think, but you need to protect your money and information. In this article, CyberScout founder Adam Levin shares tips to protect yourself from common phone scams. His advice: don't trust callers with your personal information and always verify.
Cloud-connected toys can be a way for hackers to get into your home network and steal personal information. NBC News in Dallas interviews CyberScout founder Adam Levin.
Ransomware attacks have become ubiquitous in the UK. CyberScout's chief privacy officer, Eduard Goodman, explains how to prepare for a ransomware attack in order to minimize its impact.
Companies need to exercise care when they collect but don’t carefully anonymize health-related data from wearables
American International Group (AIG) announced that it is offering comprehensive cyber insurance under its personal coverage line, with access to cyber assistance tools and resources, including assistance from experienced fraud experts, through CyberScout.
Chubb has announced a partnership with CyberScout to offer a fully complimentary array of identity management services to all Masterpiece homeowners in Canada.
Tax fraud is a burgeoning problem in the U.S., and stopping it rests on individuals being aware, and taking steps, to block fraudsters before they strike. Yet Americans' attitudes continue to be "careless" around identity theft during tax season, according to a report from CyberScout.
You’re not as safe as you think you are. CyberScout's survey reports that nearly six out of 10 people say that they aren't worried about tax fraud.
U.S. data breaches hit an all-time high in 2016, thanks in part to new CEO phishing hacks that send phony emails to employees requesting sensitive business data. The Identity Theft Resource Center and CyberScout estimate a total of 1,093 breaches occurred in 2016, a 40% hike over the previous period.
Earlier this month, the IRS sent out an urgent alert warning employers that this W-2 phishing scam had spread beyond the corporate world to other sectors, including school districts, tribal organizations and nonprofits. Employee engagement and education is key to companies protecting themselves against the W-2 scam.