Author: David Pollino

Ways to avoid scammers who exploit natural disasters

David Pollino
Fraud Prevention
Fire-damaged room inside an empty house, with views out from broken windows and into two other damaged rooms.

It’s a sad fact: Fraudsters see opportunity in the wake of natural disasters, such as hurricanes, floods, and fires.

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How secure is your domain registration?

David Pollino
Fraud Prevention
Young woman and man professionals looking together at details on computer monitors in front of them.

Your domain registrar probably offers the ability for you to lock down transfers of your domain.

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Business scam poses threat for real estate transactions

David Pollino
Fraud Prevention
view from above as older couple looks at a laptop together while going through financial paperwork.

It’s a new twist in the scam known as business email compromise, or masquerading, that I have been blogging about for a few years.

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Impacted by the Equifax breach? Five steps to help protect yourself

David Pollino
Fraud Prevention
Man looking at credit card and iPad

Our Deputy Chief Security Officer shares tips to protect your personal information and financial accounts in the wake of the Equifax breach.

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