One of the most common types of scams these days technically doesn’t involve any hacking but can cost your business time and money.
The term “identity theft protection service” can be misleading. Before you sign up, make sure you understand what service is provided.
Unfortunately, the “vision” for cybersecurity is anything but 20/20. The crooks continue to get more sophisticated with additional tools like “deepfakes” that will add a new dimension to what is possible. No amount of legislation nor penalties are going to protect us—the consumer.
Often, identity theft and refund fraud victims may be unaware that their identity has been used fraudulently. Should you consider getting an Identity Protection PIN?
Large-scale data breaches seem to be in the news frequently. Breaches have become more common—a byproduct of living in an increasingly digital world. During the first six months of 2019, the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), a nonprofit organization whose mission includes broadening public awareness of data breaches and identity theft, had already tracked 713…