Category Archives: Security


Protecting Domain Names

Guest post by John Rees, Attorney, Callister Nebeker & McCullough Domain names are alpha-numeric addresses that direct users to websites.  Unlike other rights regarding other property, domain name registration rights are limited and revocable.  As a result, protecting domain name … Continue reading

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Phishing: Avoid getting hooked

Phishing infographic provided by Lifelock.com

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Protecting your finances

The simple truth is that most physically dangerous situations can be avoided by paying attention to what is going on around you—situational awareness. Always keep your eyes open and pay attention to what is going on. You have probably heard … Continue reading

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Basic Strategies for Simplifying Your Financial Life

Nine ways to eliminate clutter, organize accounts and streamline how you manage your money Courtesy of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation There are many reasons to organize and simplify your financial life. Eliminating clutter, saving time and reducing stress are … Continue reading

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How to avoid phishing scams

Courtesy of American Bankers Association Phishing is a new twist on an old telemarketing scam, but uses email. These criminals send emails to millions of people hoping that even a few will give away valuable information. Consumer education is a … Continue reading

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Trusteer Rapport security software available free at bankaf.com

Your online banking account may be a valuable target for cyber criminals. Sophisticated malware—malicious software used to compromise computers—has become the primary attack tool used by online criminals to execute account takeover, steal online banking credentials, personal information and initiate … Continue reading

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What is a reverse mortgage?

Guest post by Jilenne Gunther, Utah State Division of Aging and Adult Services What is a reverse mortgage? To qualify for a traditional mortgage, a lender checks your income to determine how much you can afford to pay back each … Continue reading

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Adding Others to Accounts: Understand the Risks

Courtesy of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Consumers often wonder about whether or how to add someone else, usually a relative, to a bank account. These decisions are not to be taken lightly. FDIC Consumer News can’t advise you on how … Continue reading

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National Protect Your ID Week: Tips to Protect Yourself From Identity Fraud

To help you during National Protect Your ID Week, we have some tips to help you protect yourself from fraud. You may have heard some of these before, but the more you review them, the more likely you are to … Continue reading

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Cyber Security Awareness Month: Tips for small businesses to combat fraud

You might have seen our post about figuring out if you’re at risk for a specific type of fraud: corporate account takeover. Here are more details about protecting your business.  Courtesy of American Bankers Association Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting small businesses to transfer funds … Continue reading

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