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All of us are concerned about personal and financial information, and while TRU employs good security and technological safeguards, your help is needed to protect confidential information. Following these 10 steps is a simple and effective way to reduce the risk of theft or misuse of yours and others personal and financial information.
If you forget your password, some systems allow you to use shared secrets to gain access and reset your password.
With the increasing use of mobile devices comes accompanying risks to data stored on the devices. Following are a number of best practices to help users secure their smart phones.
Pharming, pronounced farming, is a means of directing you to a fraudulent web site without your knowledge. The primary objective is to convince you to enter confidential data.
A fake or "spoofed" website can look just like a company's real site. Look for these signs to spot a fake site.
Phishing is a common online scam designed to trick you into disclosing your personal or financial information for the purpose of financial fraud or identity theft.
Clicking a link or document in a malicious email can significantly affect TRU, beyond the risk it poses to the confidentiality of personal information.
Phishing e-mails are becoming more sophisticated and can be tricky to spot. Being able to recognize phishing e-mails can help prevent you from becoming a victim.
What is identity theft?
How identity thieves get your personal information?