There's a website called Family Tree Now that has all of your personal information. The website seems harmless building you a free family tree, but it's creepy with the results that are available for anyone to search. There is an easy way to opt out and delete your info.
The identities of 1.5 Million new Verizon customers may be sold to the highest bidder. The cyber attack hit a broad range of possible victims and it may be putting Central New Yorkers at risk. Always take the proper steps to protect your self when it comes to putting information online.
Planning a trip to the movies soon? Well, don't be surprised if you get your purses or bags checked before you enter. Several theaters across the country have ramped up security efforts in the wake of several movie theater shootings, including the tragic massacre that occurred in Colorado. The Regal Cinemas at Destiny USA is the closest theatre to begin this policy, but others are sure to follow.
Many of us can provide a security question when asked to identify our identity ranging from our mother's maiden name to our favorite pet's name growing up and town we were born in, etc. Imagine for a second that a guy exists that didn't live a life like we did
I recently upgraded my NYS driver's license to an 'enhanced' one that allows me to cross the border without a more expensive passport as long as I'm driving or boating instead of flying. By outside appearances it's basically the same as a regular ID but there's a couple of new security features that you'll notice: