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Cybersecurity @cyber🔁A3: Always buy directly from the source! Sure, it may seem like you’re getting a great deal, but many scammers will s twitter.com ell duplicates of the same ticket at a discounted price! Call the concert venue directly for information on where you can buy legitimate tickets.
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Mona Masters @MONAMASTERS🔁The heat isn’t the only thing that increases during summer months – it’s also prime time for seasonal scams such as fake vacation rentals and phony concert tickets.
Cybersecurity @cyber🔁A1: Think before you act! Be especially careful of messages that implore you to act immediately, offer something that twitter.com sounds too good to be true, ask for personal information, or come from a source you weren’t expecting to hear from.
Cybersecurity @cyber🔁A2: Social media is an easy way for cyber criminals & scammers to learn more about their targets & craft messages tha twitter.com t sound like what we want to hear! Strengthen your privacy settings to make sure you’re only sharing your information with people you trust.
InfowarCon @InfowarCon🔁 is here with us, snuggling and ready for another great !


InfowarCon @InfowarCon🔁🔥 Two of the hottest scams: 1) selling fraudulent tickets for big shows and festivals. 2) offering vacation rentals and getaways for unrealistic prices if you pay up front. And be skeptical of those low-cost moving deals! 🔥
Miguel Angel Blanco @linuxmil🔁A4: Never take a picture of or with your ticket – or at least cover up the barcode with your hand! It’s easy for scammers to print and sell fake tickets from a photo.
claypotlaksa @claypotlaksa🔁Increasingly is seeing that is also the new Dark Web - a place where go to communicate with one another & sell tools needed to disseminate , , etc.
Andres Rodriguez @AR95001🔁Still, most pics you take on your phone have your location embedded in the image as metadata! Turn off Location Services when you’re not actively using them to keep cyber criminals and scammers guessing when it comes to where you are!
Kami Nash Cleary @klnash77🔁Fight back against cyber criminals. Report to and DHS through < ic3.gov a href="http://www.us-cert.gov/report" target="_blank">us-cert.gov
RSA @RSAsecurity🔁Increasingly is seeing that is also the new Dark Web - a place where go to communicate with one another & sell twitter.com tools needed to disseminate , , etc.
Virtual_TopTech @Virtual_TopTech🔁A4. Don't fall for fake , this can cause to access every piece of your information

Jeremy Depow @JDCanDigital🔁 has great, FBI.gov comprehensive resources on fraud/scams and many of the most common attacks when it comes to cybercrime – & on how to respond appropriately to these threats! Go explore & find out how to recognize & report specific scams.
Chris Czerwinski @sobforever🔁STOP.THINK.CONNECT

Both sites KISS - Keep Int stopthinkconnect.org ernet Safety Simple staysafeonline.org
Virtual_TopTech @Virtual_TopTech🔁Before logging into an online account, make sure the web address is correct. Phishers often forge legitimate websites, like online storage accounts, hoping to trick you into entering your login details.
Rodrigo Kadoshi @kadoshirodrigo🔁Going outside without sunscreen isn’t such a good idea. Neither is summering unsafely online. Boost your SPF (Social Privacy Factor) to keep yourself from getting burned.


Cal-CSIC @cal_csic🔁A4a. Think twice before connecting to a venue’s Wi-Fi. It’s a public network and you never know who might be lurking on it to try and steal info.
wes @wes02655772🔁A5: A quick internet search can go a long way towards avoiding a bait and switch. Do a little research on the address, and try and see if you can find it on a Maps application or Street View.
MGen Masrani Paiman @MasraniBin🔁Remember that your privacy is ALSO a defense against cyber attacks! Think about what you’ve posted online and how that information could be used to convince you that a false message is genuine. .
Chad Kliewer @ChadKliewer🔁Individuals over 55 years of age are common targets for scams. Check out our tip sheet for the most common scams and how to protect yourself->
Beth A. White, Ph.D. @BethAWhitePhD1🔁Aside from being able to learn what interests you from your posting habits, your browser history may not be as private as you think! Clear your history & cookies regularly to keep cyber criminals and scammers from using what you love against you.
Firewall Bill @FirewallB🔁Additionally, most antivirus software and cybersecurity organizations will post regular reports on their responses and encounters with cyber threats. Take advantage of this resource to understand what threats you might be facing online.
Firewall Bill @FirewallB🔁A8: : There are a lot of ways to keep on top of what cyber-related threats are out there. is a great tool usa.gov for learning about some of the most common and popular scams and identity theft.
Mike @floatingGrounds🔁A7. Go through all your online accounts and change the passwords. Obtain a copy of your credit report or confidential financial records and review them. Notify your financial institutions about the situation. Contact your local law enforcement.
♡ of Privacy K Royal @heartofprivacy🔁Follow organizations that are working directly with consumers: try and (which even has a handy scam tracker: ) twitter.com
♡ of Privacy K Royal @heartofprivacy🔁1️⃣ Call your bank or credit company to report the fraud and stop payment
2️⃣ Contact your credit bureau to put a fra twitter.com ud alert on your file
3️⃣ File a complaint with the FTC or your state AG

♡ of Privacy K Royal @heartofprivacy🔁Billing information gives scammers the tools they need for identity theft. If you’re not sure, ask what their need i twitter.com s for the information or try to find another channel to make the payment.
♡ of Privacy K Royal @heartofprivacy🔁Scammers will make fake vacation listings by stealing photos and info from real ones. It helps to do background resea twitter.com rch and make sure you’re not booking a lookalike.
♡ of Privacy K Royal @heartofprivacy🔁Be careful about connecting to unknown WiFi networks, which can be an easy point of access to your mobile device for twitter.com scammers. So maybe wait until you get home to share that Instagram story.
♡ of Privacy K Royal @heartofprivacy🔁Make sure you’re buying tickets through a source or marketplace that you know and trust- preferably, one that has a m twitter.com oney-back guarantee, customer service, and a SSL-secure portal that protects your payment information.
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A8b. And be vigilant! Remembering basic online safety practices will help keep you, your money and your info out of harm’s way. Check out and
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁 A8a. Get scam alerts from @FTC! #ChatSTC #CyberAware consumer.ftc.gov
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁 A7d. Find more info on online theft, fraud and cybercrime below. #ChatSTC #CyberAware staysafeonline.org
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A7c. Contact . They can’t solve individual complains but they provide info on next steps to take and inform others about the scam.
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A7b. Lock down your accounts and info. Inform your financial institution, change passwords and update software if necessary.
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A7a. Report the scam to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) who will refers internet-related criminal complaints to federal, state, local, or international law enforcement.
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A6. Even if a deal is legit, it may not be worth it. Oftentimes, you’ll have to hand over personal info for it. It’s important that you assess whether you’re comfortable with doing that. Check their privacy policies!
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A5b. Use google maps! Do some research on the property and make sure it exists. Read reviews from others who have stayed there if available.
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A5a. “If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.” This saying rings loud and clear when it comes to vacation scams. Also, take a look at the websites payment options and security; never pay cash, check, wire transfer etc.
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A3b. Scammers are betting on you being disappointed when official sales sell
out and will try to “sell” tickets you that don’t exist to steal your $$$. Stick to official sales/resale sites to be sure you’re not being duped.
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Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A1b. Attachments and links in emails, social media posts and ads are risky business and are common tactics to steal info or download malicious software onto your device. Even if you know the sender, give them a quick call before you click/download.
Ingvar 🔥 @Shadowstreik🔁A1a. Time is a scammers worst enemy. Many online scams will implore you to act immediately before you miss out – they want to take your money/info and run with it!
Dan Ivy @diversnet🔁A2: Often scammers will use phishing emails. Phishing emails appear to come from real companies you know and trust. Scammers use these to trick people into entering personal info into fake websites. Make sure that emails you receive are real and not a reel.
Dan Ivy @diversnet🔁A4: Identity theft is something that people should be conscientious of while on the go. Avoid making sensitive transactions on Wi-Fi hotpots and make sure that your devices are up-to-date.
Pete Voss @petevoss🔁Humbled to represent and join in the conversation with these organizations working to help guard against . Big thx twitter.com to for organizing today's
Jojo @jolovescandles🔁A3: Always buy directly from the source! Sure, it may seem like you’re getting a great deal, but many scammers will sell duplicates of the same ticket at a discounted price! Call the concert venue directly for information on where you can buy legitimate tickets.
Mawie @ManiacRaha🔁Trust your gut! If something feels suspicious, then it probably is! A certain level of “paranoia” is a healthy thing when it comes to . Remove all information you entered on the page and close it out!
Charles @Chasapple🔁Long lost friend? Surprise training? Scammers will often use spoofed/false email addresses to convince you to trust them. Be sure you know who you’re talking to, & be careful of seemingly urgent messages that come to your personal accounts or are unexpected.
Charles @Chasapple🔁A2: Social media is an easy way for cyber criminals & scammers to learn more about their targets & craft messages that sound like what we want to hear! Strengthen your privacy settings to make sure you’re only sharing your information with people you trust.
Joey S @jssfromaz🔁Check the header! Look for secure urls that start with “” or “s” before entering persona/financial information onto a website – and be sure you look carefully at email addresses and spellings to make sure you know who you’re really talking to!
Konrad Walczuk @KonradWalczuk🔁First and foremost, always check to make sure you’re on a secure internet connection and that the url at the top of the page is either “” or “s” to ensure your information is kept as safe as possible.
TheTop10Sites @TheTop10Sites🔁Going outside without sunscreen isn’t such a good idea. Neither is summering unsafely online. Boost your SPF (Social twitter.com Privacy Factor) to keep yourself from getting burned.


Norton @NortonOnline🔁Going outside without sunscreen isn’t such a good idea. Neither is summering unsafely online. Boost your SPF (Social twitter.com Privacy Factor) to keep yourself from getting burned.


RonW @RonW123🔁STOP.THINK.CONNECT

Both sites KI stopthinkconnect.org SS - Keep Internet Safety Simple staysafeonline.org f="https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1017501352858185729" target="_blank">twitter.com
RI Jump$tart @RIJumpStart🔁Many ticket sellers run similar ads. If you’re looking for original box office tickets, don’t assume that the first ad is the actual venue; compare sites to be sure. And, if you’re looking for resale tickets, shop around to compare ticket terms and prices.
TheTop10Sites @TheTop10Sites🔁 Looking for concert tickets? Don’t get scammed! We’ll be sharing our top tips for spotting a ticke twitter.com t scammer during a on 7/12, 3 p.m. EDT/Noon PDT.


TheTop10Sites @TheTop10Sites🔁 A4. Don't fall for fake , this can cause to access every piece of your information
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Norton @NortonOnline🔁Looking for concert tickets? Don’t get scammed! We’ll be sharing our top tips for spotting a ticket scammer during a on 7/12, 3 p.m. EDT/Noon PDT.


PrivacyStrategy @PrivacyStrategy🔁 Report it to the FTC at FTC.gov #ChatSTC #PrivacyAware twitter.com
Mawie @ManiacRaha🔁Location sharing is great for connecting with friends at an event – but you may be telling scammers that your home is empty for the night! Connect with friends the ‘old fashioned’ way – actually talk to them! – & only post where you were AFTER you get back.
Mawie @ManiacRaha🔁A1: Think before you act! Be especially careful of messages that implore you to act immediately, offer something that sounds too good to be true, ask for personal information, or come from a source you weren’t expecting to hear from.

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