Protect yourself and your family from online threats and consumer scams. Use these resources to prevent problems in the virtual world and in the marketplace. If you do become a victim there are agencies listed here that you can contact to get help.
Find full-text articles from major computer magazines on topics like malware and Facebook security. Don't forget to visit your favorite computer magazine's website to find reviews of Internet security software too.
Checking your credit report is an essential part of identity theft prevention. The Office of the Florida Attorney General states that this website is the only official free credit report site on the Web.
Use password security testers to test your password skills. Practice until you can learn how to make a strong password. You might also enjoy the password meter website which can tell you which parts of a password are weak.
Protect yourself and your family with this comprehensive website. Wired Safety focuses on providing parents with the information they need to keep their children safe on the Web. Take a look at the Protecting Your Privacy on Facebook Tutorial to see if your security settings are at the level you need.
Search for blogs and blog postings about online safety. Technorati is a search engine that searches blogs. You can search for blogs with content on specific (or general) security issues and Technorati will rank them by their authority.