What you need to know on National Tax Security Awareness Week
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – It is National Tax Security Awareness Week and the Internal Revenue Service has some advice for people.
Cyber Monday Tips for Secure Shopping
As Cyber Monday kicks off the holiday shopping season, the Internal Revenue Service and its partners urged the public to shop safely by securing their computers and mobile phones. The IRS, state tax agencies and the tax industry mark the fourth annual National Tax Security Awareness Week with tips on basic safeguards everyone should take, but especially for those shopping online via computer or mobile phone during the holiday season. These basic protective steps include….
Don’t take the bait: Recognize and Avoid Phishing Scams
This holiday season don’t let the cyber grinches steal your money or your identity.
Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself from phishing scams:
A commonly overlooked step to protecting your personal tax and financial data is using strong passwords to protect online accounts and digital devices from data theft. The Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and tax industry remind taxpayers that using strong passwords and keeping them secure are critical steps to preventing thieves from stealing identities or money. This is just one of a series of tips offered this week as part of the National Tax Security Awareness Week.
Cyberthieves Target Businesses of All Sizes
Employers large and small must be alert to the growing threat of business identity theft and take additional steps step up cybersecurity protections.
Awareness about business identity theft is one in a series of tips offered by the Internal Revenue Service, state tax agencies and tax industry, which work together as the Security Summit to protect taxpayers. The Security Summit is marking its fourth National Tax Security Awareness Week by reminding employers that they too can be victims of identity theft.