NextAdvisor Blog - Technology

Nearly 200 Million Voter Records Exposed: What This Means for You

Could your data be at risk after a server containing millions of voter records was discovered unprotected? We dig into the story to help you find out.
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Is It Safe to Link Your Bank Account to Third-Party Finance Apps?

Personal finance apps, like Mint or Digit, make it easy to plan and save, but are these apps safe to connect your bank accounts to? We break it down.
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Data Breach Roundup: OneLogin, Chipotle and Kmart Report Breaches

Learn the details you need to know about recent data breaches within OneLogin, Chipotle and Kmart and how you can protect yourself.
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What You Should Know About Twitter’s New Privacy Policy

Twitter's new privacy policy takes effect on June 18, 2017. Since quite a few things are changing, we wanted to explain how this new policy will impact you.
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How to Know if You’re Using a Fake Website

Scammers often create fake websites to steal their victim's information. Is there a way to tell if you're using fake website? We have the breakdown.
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Why Social Media’s Fight Against Revenge Porn Should Matter to Everyone

Revenge porn, also known as non-consensual intimate image sharing, is a phenomenon that impacts one in 25 Americans. Social media sites are fighting back.
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Do You Suffer from Password Fatigue?

Did you what password fatigue is? Learn all about password fatigue and see how it can impact the security of your online accounts.
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Online Banking Cybersecurity: How to Make Sure Your Accounts Remain Secure

Online banking is convenient, but threats can exist on the platform. Learn about banking cybersecurity and how to protect your bank accounts from hackers.
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Is a Web Host or a Website Builder Better for Blogging?

When it comes to creating a blog, you have a ton of choices. Read this guide to figure out if web hosting or website building are better for blogging.
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Social Media Privacy: How Do Your Habits Compare to the Average Person?

Do you practice healthy social media privacy habits? We surveyed 504 adults to learn what the average person does. See how you compare.
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