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Help Me Choose: McAfee® LiveSafe™

What is McAfee® LiveSafe™?

It’s common to use multiple devices to bank, shop, share, and socialize online, everywhere, all the time. Protecting just your PC is no longer good enough. Your entire digital life needs to be secured. 

McAfee® LiveSafe™ service protects YOU - your data, identity and all your devices. Whatever you do, wherever you go, McAfee® LiveSafe™ allows you to live online with confidence.

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Protect all of your devices

With just one subscription. Cover an unlimited number of your devices so you can protect all the PCs, MACs, smartphones and tablets you own.
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Password Manager

Creates strong and unique passwords for all your online accounts, and saves and remembers them, so you don't have to.
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An easy to use web-based console

Lets you protect and manage all your devices from one place.
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Home Network Protection

Secures your devices and Wi-Fi networks from unauthorised access. Browse securely and keep your personal information safe.
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Protect your family

Keep your children's and your own identity and devices secure, whether you're shopping, banking or socialising.
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Secure Cloud Storage

Helps you back up your most important family photos and files with 1 GB of storage.

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12-Month Subscription

Secure all your devices with one subscription.
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Working Remotely? Work securely.

5 tips for safer telecommuting.

Technology makes it easier than ever to telecommute. However, using personal devices and unsecured connections for work also makes you and your employer more vulnerable to cyber threats and hackers. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps you can take to safeguard yourself and your organization.


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Use a VPN to keep your connections secure on public WI-FI
Many people use public Wi-Fi at coffee shops, airports, etc. in order to stay connected both professionally and personally. However, by using an unsecured Wi-Fi connection, you may be creating an easy gateway for hackers to access your personal information and data. Be sure to use a virtual private network (VPN), which is extremely important for establishing a secured connection to work files and personal photos saved in the cloud.

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Watch out for phishing emails
We’ve seen hackers attempt to take advantage of people’s fears by pretending to sell face masks online to trick unsuspecting people into giving away their credit card details. Do not open any email attachments or click on any links that seem suspicious.

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Regularly change passwords with two-factor identification
Two-factor authentication is a more secure way to access work applications. In addition to a password/username combo, you will be asked to verify who you are with a device that you–and only you—own, such as a mobile phone. Put simply: it uses two factors to confirm an identity. Ultimately, getting access to something supposedly confidential isn’t that hard for hackers nowadays. However, a second form of identification makes it so hackers are limited in what they can pull off.

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Browse with the latest security updates
Ensure that you continue to update your security solutions across all devices. This will help protect devices against malware, phishing attacks, and other threats, as well as help identify malicious websites while browsing.

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Use strong, unique passwords
In the chance a hacker does gain access to one of your accounts, make sure to use complex passwords for each of your accounts, and never reuse your credentials across different platforms. It’s also a good idea to update your passwords consistently to further protect your data. You can also use a password manager, or a security solution that includes a password manager, to keep track of all your unique passwords.

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Gearing Up For Shopping Season? So Are Holiday Hackers

The onset of the global health emergency caused users everywhere to live, work, play, and buy through their devices – maybe more than ever before. McAfee’s survey shows that general shopping activity has increased, with 49% of respondents stating they are buying online more since the onset of COVID-19. As one could predict, researchers expect these online shopping habits to bleed into the holiday shopping season. In fact, 36% of Americans note that they plan on using digital links to give gifts and spread cheer this year. However, this increase in online activity doesn’t exactly mean an increase in online safety.

Hackers love to take advantage of online trends, so it’s no surprise that they see an increase in online activity as more opportunities to spread threats. In fact, McAfee Labs observed an almost 12% increase in online threats per minute in Q2 2020 compared to the previous quarter.

Increased online activity serves as the perfect opportunity for hackers to interrupt consumers’ merriment and spread malicious misdeeds. And 36% of consumers noted that their online buying habits will increase this holiday season, even though they are aware of cyber risks. This lack of concern is troublesome, especially as hackers get stealthier in how they scam consumers. Take Black Friday and Cyber Monday discounts, for example. Forty-three percent of survey respondents admitted to not checking the authenticity of these so-called deals when going through their emails and text messages. By not taking proper security precautions, users potentially open themselves up to a blizzard of cyberthreats.

Spread Holiday Cheer Without Fear

While these survey results confirm that cyber-grinches are using their tricks to interrupt the merriment, that doesn’t mean consumers can’t still have a holly, jolly shopping experience. By taking the necessary steps to protect themselves – and their loved ones – this holiday season, consumers can continue to live their digital lives with confidence. To help ensure hackers don’t put a damper on your festive celebrations, follow these security tips:

Employ multi-factor authentication
Two or multi-factor authentication provides an extra layer of security, as it requires multiple forms of verification. This reduces the risk of successful impersonation by hackers.

Go directly to the source
Instead of clicking on a link in an email or text message, it’s always best to check directly with the source to verify a Black Friday or Cyber Monday offer or track a package’s shipment.

Browse with caution
Use a comprehensive security solution, like McAfee LiveSafe, which can help protect devices against malware, phishing attacks, and other threats. It includes McAfee WebAdvisor, which can help identify malicious websites.

Protect your identity
Hackers often use consumers’ personally identifiable information to make fraudulent purchases – a trick that would certainly interrupt a holiday shopping spree.

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