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The Examiner reports that Homeland Security wants cyber shoppers to remember to "Stop. Think. Connect," and be wary of the cybersecurity risks of theft, fraud and abuse.
It's "Cyber Monday," and online holiday shopping deals may be irresistible. Hanukkah starts Wednesday at sundown, and Christmas is only 26 days away.
Following the incursion of deal-seekers flooding local retail stores on Black Friday last week, workers return to the office after the Thanksgiving weekend for "Cyber Monday," one of the biggest online shopping days of the year rife with money-saving opportunities, provided the e-shopper knows where to look.
Storm the stores at midnight, or wait to shop in your jammies? Either way, you'll get a deal. But which is the smarter option?