June 16, 2016
AARP works to connect Americans from the big city to rural America. The organization has partnered with RFD-TV to present "AARP Live Minutes" each Thursday, as part of their dedication to enhancing the quality of life for all as we age.
In this AARP Live Minute, we hear from Frank Abagnale, a fraud expert, about protecting yourself from cybercrime while using wifi. Three things he says to never do while using public wifi are :
1. Don't access email, online bank, or credit card accounts
2. Don't let your device automatically connect to nearby wifi
3. Don't surf using a nearby public network if the website requires sensitive information
Watch more AARP Live Minutes HERE.