Tag: #IdentityTheftPrevention

9 Back to School Identity Protection Steps

9 Back to School Identity Protection Steps

As college students head back to campus, fighting fraud may not be at the top of their list of priorities. However, college students are very susceptible to identity theft; by establishing good habits for monitoring and detecting fraud, students can lay a path for healthy financial practices for the rest of their lives.

Taking Care of Your Digital Self, Part 7: Mobile Devices

Protecting Your Digital Self: Part 7 Mobile Devices

Computers are a huge part of everyday lives and a personal information stored on them is a goldmine to identity thieves. Threats like ransomware (which literally holds a computer hostage until it’s paid) or WiFi hacking can cause serious damage to someone’s identity. Your technology is a gateway to your identity, and keeping them secure is more important than ever.

Taking Care of Your Digital Self, Part 6: Cyber Security

Protecting Your Digital Self: CyberSecurity

Computers are a huge part of everyday lives and a personal information stored on them is a goldmine to identity thieves. Threats like ransomware (which literally holds a computer hostage until it’s paid) or WiFi hacking can cause serious damage to someone’s identity. Your technology is a gateway to your identity, and keeping them secure is more important than ever.

Taking Care of Your Digital Self, Part 5: Social Media

Protect Your Digital Self Part 5: Social Media

Social media is rife with identity threats, such as scams, oversharing and reputation damage. In order to practice good identity hygiene, constantly be aware of what is being shared and what kind of information those posts and pictures give away to strangers.

Identity Theft: Are You Already A Victim?

Identity Theft: Are You Already A Victim?

Even though the train has left the station with our information held by Equifax, purchasing Identity Theft insurance now, can provide protection for the risk of years to com

Staying Safe On Public Wi-Fi

Staying Safe on Public Wi-Fi

Most of us routinely enjoy public Wi-Fi offered by coffee shops, hotels, restaurants, airports and other public places, but sometimes these sources are not secure… but how can you be sure?

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