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Travel Identity Safety Tips from a Millennial Airport Aficionado

Travel Identity Safety Tips from a Millennial Airport Aficionado

I like to think of myself as an airport aficionado—with a bag full of travel identity safety tips. As LifeLock’s chief of identity education , I spend about 70 percent of my time traveling around the country, teaching people about identity theft.

From law enforcement officers to school kids, I’ve taught a lot of great people across all 50 states and have seen my share of airports along the way.

Kids, Technology and The Smart Talk

Kids, Technology and The Smart Talk

Summer camp is over. The days are getting shorter. The airwaves are dominated by ads for backpacks and new kicks. Yes, it’s back-to-school season, and that means before your child steps foot in first period, you need to have the talk. Not that talk (although if age appropriate you may want to have that, too) but, rather, The Smart Talk—setting rules for appropriate use of their devices and navigation of the online world.

Hey Digital Assistants! Don’t Let Me Get Hacked.

Hey Digital Assistants! Don’t Let Me Get Hacked.

Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, Google Now. What do these digital assistants have in common?

If you said convenience—well, you’re right. But researchers have recently shown they could also be a gateway for crooks to gain access to your device.

As a Millennial, Where Do I Want to Work?

As a Millennial, Where Do I Want to Work?

As a millennial job seeker, one of more than 53 million now in the workforce, I’ve had to answer the question, “What type of company do I want to work for?”

Like the majority of my fellow millennials, I strive to pursue a career that is not solely about financial gain. Joining a company that also complements my values and allows me to follow my passions is a top priority.

Hotel Data Breach Affects Properties in 10 States and D.C.

Hotel Data Breach Affects Properties in 10 States and D.C.

If you used a credit or debit card at one of 20 hotels run by HEI Hotels & Resorts over the past 18 months, you might be the unwitting victim of a hotel data breach. The affected properties include several well-known brands, such as Hyatt, Marriott, and Westin, located in 10 states and the District of Columbia.