Everyone has additional holiday bills, including cyber criminals. So cyber-attacks increase this time of year. Read this article to learn what you can do to protect yourself, so you don’t become a victim.
Online retail sales to consumers in the U.S. exceeded $453 billion in 2017 according to the U.S. Commerce Department, a 16.0% jump compared with 2016. To further drill down, smartphone purchases on Cyber Monday 2018 were 56% higher than in 2017.
The ease and accessibility will continue to drive online sales. But internet transactions increase your chances of becoming a cybersecurity victim. This article will give you some best practices to protect yourself to avoid a digital death on this holiday season.
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