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Strengthen your technology security skills

TOPEKA — Recent news reports about information stolen from computer and technology users across the United States, including hacking activity here in Kansas, pose the need for citizens to strengthen their technology security skills, said Ken Selzer, CPA, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance.
“The continual increase in cyber traffic means that home computer networks and smart devices are more vulnerable to malicious scamming and hacking by persons who want to steal your information and identity,” Commissioner Selzer said. “We need to be vigilant in making sure our personal information is kept secure.”
Commissioner Selzer and national cybersecurity experts suggest the following guidelines ...


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