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Your passwords are often the keys to your own personal or financial data.  It is very important that you create strong passwords and keep them secure.

  • NEVER share your password with anyone.
  • Create a strong password. It should be 8-25 characters and use numbers, symbols, and lower/upper case letters.
  • AVOID common words, phrases, or dates.
  • Do NOT use your social media passwords.

Watch the video below for tips on how to make your password stronger!


Email is both an excellent communication tool and also a way that companies can inform you about their latest products and services. However, email is frequently used to deliver unwanted material which is at best, annoying, and at worst, malicious, causing considerable harm to your computer and yourself. Check IT before you Click IT.  How do I check where the links actually go? If you are using a desktop or laptop with a mouse, you may easily "hover" the mouse cursor over the link to view the address.

    • Beware of suspicious email. Do NOT click on links in emails or texts from unknown or unexpected sources.
    • Do NOT open attachments from unknown sources.

Watch the video below to know when it is okay to click a link!


OPEN – Wi-Fi

When you connect to open Wi-Fi such as at a coffee shop or airport, the network is generally unencrypted. You can tell because you do not have to enter a passphrase when connecting to the network. Your unencrypted network traffic is then clearly visible to everyone in range. People can see what unencrypted web pages you are visiting, what you are typing into unencrypted web forms, and even see which encrypted websites you are connected to. So if you are connected to your bank’s website, they will know it. Check for the lock in the browser address to make sure it's secure.

  • Access your accounts from a secure location. NEVER access your bank or other financial sites on Open Wi-Fi.
  • Disable file sharing.
  • Be cautious when surfing websites.
  • Monitor your accounts regularly.

See if Super Hawk can escape the dangers of Open Wi-Fi



A targeted attack is any malicious attack that is targeted to a specific individual or business.  It may be used to extract financial information, infect personal computers, or destroy specific data.  It usually involves installing malware on a personal computer and then the attacker/hacker can stop routine banking operations, illegally transfer funds, or extract personal information.

  • Keep your security software (anti-virus, firewall, etc.), operating system, browser, and other critical software up-to-date.
  • Protect yourself. Download TRUSTEER today! Click HERE to learn more about this service! 

Will Super Hawk survive this targeted attack!



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