12:26 29 May 2013
The recent news that the data bill might get pushed through means that digital information will be accessible by the people who need the information in order to combat terrorist attacks or other issues.
Instituting such a bill might also open the door to further protection against cybercrime that focuses on obtaining people’s credit card and debit card information.
Here are a few ways such a bill might be able to protect your credit card and debit card and other sensitive digital data:
Secondly, if you happen to reply to requests for any information such as passwords, credit card or debit card numbers and PINs they are able to sell that information, or use it themselves. A bill for digital monitoring might allow this type of activity to be prevented.
Usually these are done by clicking on links in an email which looks legitimate. When in doubt just go directly to the webpage and don’t worry about using the link.
It’s much higher for businesses that have thousands of debit card and credit card numbers sitting in their system. Digital monitor might allow such activity to be detected before servers are compromised.
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