Rachael Mosher

Rachael Mosher is an information security analyst at Commonwealth Financial Network®, member FINRA/SIPC, an independent broker/dealer–RIA. With the firm since April 2015, Rachael helps manage Commonwealth’s Information Security program, which involves monitoring information security events and vetting third-party vendors on behalf of advisors, as well as creating, updating, and communicating policies, procedures, and educational pieces. She is currently pursuing a BS in information technology at UMass Lowell, as well as a certificate in IT.

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Recent Posts

How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Choosing a Cloud Service Provider for Your Financial Services Firm

Protect Yourself from IRS Tax Scams

How to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Posted by Rachael Mosher

September 30, 2015 at 1:30 PM

If you haven't fallen victim to identity theft—or haven't heard of someone who has—consider yourself a member of a slowly shrinking minority: statistics show there's a new identity fraud victim every two seconds! Most of us have some level of protection against identity theft, such as credit monitoring or multifactor authentication, enabled for our online accounts. But identity thieves often take it a step further.

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Topics: Information Security

Choosing a Cloud Service Provider for Your Financial Services Firm

Posted by Rachael Mosher

September 29, 2015 at 10:00 AM

Many businesses use the cloud for storing and backing up files and data, and you might be looking into doing this for your financial services firm, too. After all, the cloud is affordable, hands-off, and convenient. You don't have to worry about taking up memory space on your devices; keeping track of physical documents; or purchasing, installing, and maintaining additional hardware or technology infrastructure.

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Topics: Information Security, Technology

Protect Yourself from IRS Tax Scams

Posted by Rachael Mosher

February 13, 2015 at 9:30 AM

With the new year comes the beginning of tax season. And with tax season comes IRS tax scams from criminals who’d like to trick you into revealing your credit card and bank information, address, social security number, or anything else that could help them steal your money.

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Topics: Information Security

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