Mon – Fri: 8:30 – 4:00
Closed from 12–1pm

(609) 883-2900 
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628

Cyber Security

Cyber Security


Privacy Protection

2023 Cybersecurity Champion

IRS Taxpayer Guide to Identity Theft

Tax season is coming and we present these resources from the IRS to assist you.

Please note that they never: 
  • Initiate contact with taxpayers by email, text or social media to request personal or financial information
  • Call taxpayers with threats of lawsuits or arrests
  • Call, email or text to request taxpayers’ Identity Protection PINs
What to do if you think your device has a virus

You think your DEVICE HAS A VIRUS

Computer Symptoms

  • Suddenly slow performance
  • Unexpected shut downs/restarts
  • Frequent error messages & unexpected pop-up windows
  • Frequent system crashes...

What to do

  1. Run full system scan with your antivirus software.
  2. Restore computer to earlier backup. Run full system scan again.
  3. Delete all temporary files.
  4. Boot system in "Safe Mode" & attempt to delete them again.
  5. Last resort - wipe the entire hard drive and reinstall your operating system.
Learn More
Watch out for Phishing


Change the account's password right away. 
This may help lock out the hacker.  However, the hacker may have changed your password & locked you out.  If this happens, use the account's "Forgot my Password" function to reset it.  

Notify your contacts that your account was hacked & that they may receive spam messages that look like they came from you.  Tell them not to open any messages or click on any links contained in them.

Run a full system scan of your computer using your antivirus software.

Get help.  Contact your bank and local police. Contact your IT Dept. if your work account was compromised...

Learn More
Don't take a pass on Password managers


Stay calm.  Don't make hasty decisions.
Take a photo of the ransomware message for evidence.
Quarantine your device Disconnect it from WiFi and unplug any ethernet cables.   
Check your antivirus software to see if it has decryption tools to remove the ransomware.  
If your files are backed up in the cloud or external hard drive, wipe your hard drive and reinstall your operating system.
Report the attack to your local police department, the FBI, CISA and the U.S. Secret Service.
Change all of your passwords once you have control of your device again.

Learn More
Up your security with Multifactor Authentication

You need to BE PREPARED

Preventing viruses and hacking in the first place is easier than dealing with consequences after the fact.  Practice good cyber hygiene behaviors to lower your risks.

  1. Lock your login with strong passwords, a password manager, and extra authentication.
  2. Update your software regularly.  Turn on automatic updates.
  3. Back up your data to the cloud or an external hard drive or both!
  4. Never forget your antivirus software!

Check out our tips for staying secure online at home or at work with regular software updates, watching out for phishing, an introduction to password managers, information on multi-factor authentication below.

Learn More
Perform regular software updates

Perform regular

Don't skip or delay your software updates.  They fix general software problems and provide new security patches where criminals  might get in.  

You should only get the update from the company that created it.

Automate your updates. It's easy and you get a reminder so that you can easily start your update process.

Learn More
Watch out for Phishing

Watch out for PHISHING

Phishing is where a cybercriminal poses as a legitimate party in hopes of getting individuals to engage with malicious content or links.  They try to lure you into clicking on links in an email and handing over personal information or installing malware on your device

Keep an eye out for typos, poor graphics, and other suspicious characteristics that can be a telltale sign that the content is potentially coming from a “phish.”
Learn More
Don't take a pass on Password managers

Manage your passwords with PASSWORD MANAGERS

Password Managers help you to mange the ever-increasing number of passwords that you have accumulated for your online accounts.  Don't take the easy way out and use the same password for multiple accounts.  If your password is stolen in a breach, all of your accounts are at risk.  Finally, they help you manage access to all your accounts more easily.  

Learn More
Up your security with Multifactor Authentication

Always enable

Multi-factor authentication, or MFA, is a security measure that requires anyone logging into an account to navigate a two-step process to prove their identity. 

It makes it twice as hard for criminals to access an online account. 

Always turn it on when available  because it’s easy to do and greatly increases your security.

According to Microsoft, MFA is 99.9 percent effective in preventing breaches
Learn More
Internet of Me


Data about you can be used in a variety of ways, sometimes in ways you wouldn’t expect or even approve. That’s why it’s important to understand the value of your personal information and how to manage it when possible.
Learn More
Protecting Your Customers' Data


Together we can create a culture of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. Learn about the key issues to consider when handling personal information.


Learn More
Raising Privacy-Savvy Kids


In today’s world, digitally connected families must think about safety and security both online and offline. Teaching young people easy-to-learn life lessons for online safety and privacy begins with parents leading the way.
Learn More