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Working in the Cybersecurity field, we understand that the majority of folks don't understand the need for home cyber security and how to incorporate cybersecurity into their everyday life.  Thus, as your "Homecybersifu", we will teach you all about what you need to know to protect your home, and do the research on tools that are critical to protecting your home from cyber threats. We do the research for you, so that you can make an informed decision when purchasing products that protect your home from cyber threats.

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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2016
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Website Update
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Internet of Things Security
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Planning for a Cyber Pearl Harbor
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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month
October has been declared National Cybersecurity Awareness Month again this year and many companies and organizations are embracing and actively[...]

If you haven't subscribed yet, consider the following statistics from Norton's 2016 Cybersecurity Report

2016 Home Cybersecurity Statistics

  • Last year, 594 million people worldwide were victims of online crime. Cybercrime affects millions every year, yet consumers still do not take action to protect themselves.
  • In 2014, more than 348 million identities were exposed when identity thieves hacked several trusted institutions.
  • Consumers believe they act safely online, but in reality, most of what they do leaves them vulnerable to online crime. 
  • Having our information compromised can affect us both emotionally and financially. Eighty-one percent of people surveyed would feel devastated if their financial information (bank and credit card details) were compromised.

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