How I protect your personal information from Medicare Data Theft!

I hope you are having a great week despite the madness of the times.

This week, a client back home checked in to ask how I protect data.  Click on the picture above to learn about the tools I use to protect your private data from Medicare Cyber Theft!

After almost twenty years as a Certified Senior Advisor, here are, here are some of the things you can do to protect your personal online information from hackers and identity theft.

  1. Use Anti-Virus Protection & Firewall
  2. Keep Your Software Up to Date
  3. Use Multi-Factor Authentication
  4. Use a Password Manager
  5. Protect Your Personal Information
  6. Watchout For Phising Scams
  7. Use Your Mobile Devices Securely
  8. Don’t Use Public Wi-Fi
  9. Backup Your Data Regularly
  10. Review Banking & Credit Reports Often

 

 

Thanks to Cybertakes.com for the list. Remember, you don’t have to be perfect, but small steps can make a huge difference.

Check out this article on how retirees can protect their Private Date 😊!

And if you have questions about Medicare Insurance, click here to schedule a meeting.

 

How to give to your favorite charity for free!

Greetings Neighbor,

I hope you are having a great week despite the crazy times.

Is your mail box filling up with pleas for donations?

Ours sure is and sometimes it’s hard to tell if it’s a real charity or not.

Here’s a simple way to donate to charity and it doesn’t have to cost you a penny!

Click on the picture below and find out how!

Believe it or not, if you shop on Amazon using the link www.smile.amazon.com , Amazon will allow you to  designate your charity of choice to receive a small donation of up to 0.5%  every  time you purchase something.

If you are already in the habit of shopping on Amazon, using this special link is an easy way to support a cause you believe in.

That’s it for this week, book a time on my calendar if you have any questions about Medicare Insurance.