Help Protect Yourself From Travel Scams Related to COVID-19

With the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions easing after several months of isolation, many people feel the need for a getaway now more than ever!  Before you...

Triangulate Your ID Theft Risks

Be Aware of These 3 Risks! Account Take-Over, Tax Fraud and Unemployment Fraud Is it not enough that we have to worry about protecting our health while we...

COVID-19 Increases Risk of Scams

One way or another, we all have been affected by the turbulence created by COVID-19. Our workplace environment has changed, travel, family and social...

Working remote? Your health is not the only thing you need to protect.

Your cyber habits might not be as important as your health habits, but they should not be overlooked. Washing your hands and social distancing are top of...

Tax Identity Theft… How are you dealing with it?

Financial documents are arriving in the mail, and you are collecting them to send off to your accountant to complete your 2019 tax returns. What could go...
Fall into Good Identity Protection Habits

Fall into Good Identity Protection Habits

Whether you are planning a late vacation, or simply traveling for work, the incidence of fraud is continuing to increase at a rate of 13%. (Source) Travel brands and online travel agencies (OTA) are no exception to this trend. Rates for this industry have increased in...

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Protecting Patients Starts with Protecting Your Employees

Protecting Patients Starts with Protecting Your Employees

Due to the rise of medical identity theft and data breaches, healthcare employees are at a heightened risk of having their personal data stolen. That is driving the critical need to keep employees’ identities and data secured and protected. Providing identity...

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Friendly Fraud, Why it is Not-So-Friendly

Friendly Fraud, Why it is Not-So-Friendly

Almost half of medical identity theft was perpetrated by a relative or someone else they knew. That is why it has earned the label of “the friendly fraud”. According to Consumer Reports, the effects of medical identity theft can be far-reaching, costing victims time,...

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Lock Up Those Credentials

Lock Up Those Credentials

Did you know that the average business person has 191 passwords. Those 191 credentials are the gateway to personal and financial information. According to a report by LastPass, 81% of confirmed data breaches are due to passwords. Yet 61% of people to use the same or a...

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Tax Time Doesn’t Have To Mean Fraud Time

Tax Time Doesn’t Have To Mean Fraud Time

If you have not already, you are probably in the midst of preparing your tax return. It is one of the automatics in life. It is already painful enough, but now you have to worry about the risks of someone filing your return before you do? According to BNA, The IRS...

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Data Privacy – A Strategic Responsibility

Data Privacy – A Strategic Responsibility

By now you are two months into your 2019 plan. Where did your employee and customer data privacy fit into that plan? Was your concern for protecting them a top initiative? Is it something that you and your executive team discussed, or are you just leaving that to your...

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