;

SAVE NOW: Protect seniors online from scams, hacks and tax fraud

SAVE NOW: Protect seniors online from scams, hacks and tax fraud

In fact, a new survey by Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care network, found 67 percent of surveyed older adults have been the victim of an online scam or hack.

Encouraging seniors to practice cyber security can go a long way toward protecting their identity and sensitive financial information. Home Instead collaborated with the National Cyber Security Alliance to create Protect Seniors Online, available at ProtectSeniorsOnline.com, a free resource that educates older adults about cybersecurity. Here, seniors can test their cybersecurity skills with the “Can You Spot an Online Scam?” quiz.

admin

Read Previous

Mystery of NSA leak lingers as stolen document case winds up

Read Next

States need cyber disruption response plans, NGA says

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *