Emotional Impact of Identity Theft
During the search for a new employment, job seekers may be at a slightly higher level of risk to identity theft. So if you’re currently in the market for new employment, here are some of the dangers you should be aware of so that you can avoid them.
As the dangers of identity theft become more present in the public consciousness, more consumers are taking steps to ensure...
During the search for a new employment, job seekers may be at a slightly higher level of risk to identity theft. This fact sheet is designed to help you become aware of potential problem areas so that you can avoid them
There is not much you cannot do on a mobile phone these days. Almost anything can be done while on the go, but with all of that accessibility comes a price. That price is safety.
Before you upload pics from your Labor Day weekend extravaganza — and the rest of your summer vacation photos — check out what CEO Kent Lawson has to say about the risks of sharing digital photos online. In his latest “best of” series, we revisit what “modern” cameras record, how to turn off GPS tracking, and other ways to keep your identity safer online.
Cybercriminals are using social engineering techniques to hack humans on social networks in record numbers. Why? Because it’s often easier than hacking technology. And the rewards can be a lot bigger. Find out how you can avoid becoming a victim of some of the most common social media cons.
Because you must divulge some level of personal information in order to use and fully benefit from social networking sites, the risk of identity theft exists for people who use them. Learn the ways that you might put yourself at risk of identity theft and how to prevent this.
Identity thieves are targeting Americans in record numbers. And a growing number of their victims have one thing in common: They’re dead. Find out about the IRS and Social Security system flaws that allow cybercriminals to steal the identity of your loved ones while you’re still mourning their loss.
In his latest “Ask the Excerpt” installment, CEO Kent Lawson points out why it’s more important than ever to use strong passwords — and also why it’s imperative to change passwords for your various login accounts. Otherwise, you might as well leave your house key under your doormat.