KLG and Hoda

Tuesday June 18, 2013:  Protecting yourself online, while on vactation and from identity theft

June 18, 2013 at 11:29 AM ET

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Miss Utah gets second chance on TODAY
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Video: TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb chat about Miss Utah’s Q&A flub during the Miss America pageant and Hoda explains she’s been in that position many times.

Video: Digital expert Randi Zuckerberg and author Valerie Burton share advice about keeping yourself safe online, including monitoring what people are saying about you through Google alerts and checking your privacy settings on social media accounts.

Video: TODAY contributing correspondent Sara Haines visits the Mountain Scout Survival School in Upstate New York where outdoor survival expert Shane Hobel teaches her how to get water from nature, create a fire, and use smoke as natural bug repellant.

Video: For the past 13 years, the number one complaint to the FTC has been identity theft. Cyber security expert Jim Stickley says to protect yourself you should keep confidential information in a safe place, watch out for vacation rentals that request private information, and be careful of first-time jobs that look too good to be true.

Video: “The Safety Chick” Kathleen Baty shows off a variety of products you can use to protect your family while on vacation, such as a passport made with material that ensures thieves can’t access your personal information, a cell phone hot spot to prevent browsing the web on public Wi-Fi and door anchors to avoid a hotel robbery.

Video: Dr. Melina Jampolis quizzes Kathie Lee and Hoda on how different foods and drinks may improve your health, revealing that pinot noir protects the heart and can even help slow aging, and that curry spice helps reduce arthritis.

Video: Self-defense experts Steve Kardian and Gabrielle Rubin show Kathie Lee and Hoda four moves you can use if someone attacks you on the street. They also say to be safe you should trust your intuition, and show how not to present yourself as a target to offenders.