to Protect Yourself from Debit & Credit Card Fraud - Please Read
Four steps you
can take if you think your credit or debit card data was hacked
By Gail Hillebrand
we've received a lot of questions about what to do in light of the
recent data breach at Target retail stores. This theft of credit and
debit card information could impact tens of millions of consumers and
we want to let you know what you can do to protect yourself if you spot
fraudulent charges. Read
As you may already know, on April 8, 2014 Microsoft will stop issuing security updates to Windows XP.
This means that after April 8, 2014 there will be a substantial security risk to anyone using this operating system,
since security vulnerabilities will no longer be patched.
If you are currently using Windows XP please take note of this.
Although this will not cause an interruption to any of the services we
provide our customers, continued use of a computer utilizing Windows XP
could place your devices and the information on them at serious risk.
We encourage you to learn more about this upcoming cessation of service
by Microsoft and to become informed on what you will need to do to
secure your information. If you are unsure of which version of Windows
you are using click on the "Start" button, select "Control Panel", then
select "System". This will display your operating system version. To
learn more we suggest you visit:
Microsoft XP Support Ends