Have you ever cracked a screen on a mobile device and wish you had purchased the insurance policy?
For a limited time, eligible AT&T customers outside of the 30-day window can sign up can get Device Protection in the Open Enrollment program.*
If you have an active postpaid wireless account, your device is not damaged and in good working condition and the program claim limit has not been reached, you qualify to sign up against loss, theft and damage.
It’s 2020, so be sure to have a clear vision of why it’s important to change your passwords from time to time.
Hackers are always phishing for your personal information, be it through a dangerous email or tricks to break into your system.
Being this year by changing your passwords to help protect your most important information, and setting a schedule to regularly update them throughout the year.
Here are four reason to do this:
Prevent access to multiple accounts: Make sure your password is unique for each of your online accounts. That way, if someone does get access to one, they won’t have access to all.
Make passwords strong: Your password should be complex and longer than eight characters including lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers and symbols.
Stop them at one: If a hacker gains access to your account, changing a password regularly can keep them from continuously accessing your information.
Passwords never die: If you change computers, someone could access your old passwords. Consistently changing them prevents hackers from using outdated information.
Fend off keystroke copycats: Hackers can use keystroke logger technology to record you keystrokes, and it is often used to steal logins. Changing passwords regularly keep the hacker from using information obtained this way for an extended length of time.
HTC employees hosted its 18th Annual Holiday Food Drive, providing both financial and food donations to help the less fortunate in the areas the Cooperative serves.
The 2019 campaign raised over $7,200 and collected hundreds of food items to benefit local food banks and charities including: Christian Missions, CAPS, Master’s Table, Shepherd’s Table, North Strand Helping Hand, and Community Kitchen of Myrtle Beach.
The donations by HTC employees provided hot meals to many individuals and families troubled with life challenges through the holidays and into the New Year.