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How Cybersecurity Keeps Your Finances Safe

In 2017, the WannaCry ransomware attacked millions of computers in more than 150 countries. As the government worked to find the source of the attack and get the held data released, millions of Americans wondered if their data was safe.

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How to Freeze Your Credit – What are the Pros and Cons?

A credit freeze involves locking down or restricting access to your credit report. It is one remedy to protect yourself from identify theft.

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Protect Your Finances From Fraud in 3 Steps

Over the last decade, identity theft and fraud has become one of the fastest growing crimes. In the U.S. alone, there are over 12 million fraud victims annually for a loss of more than 26 billion dollars, according to Statistic Brain.

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Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft in Social Media and Banking

With computers controlling almost every aspect of our finances, ID theft is more apparent now than ever before.

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4 Practical Tips to Save Yourself From Identity Theft in College!

Students who are off to college for their freshman year must know that colleges nowadays are the breeding ground of identity thieves as all students have access to smart phones, laptops and internet, it has become quite easy for these thieves to steal confidential information.

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Reasons To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft While in College

Universities are homes away from home for some of the brightest young people in the nation. They can also be home to some of the most ruthless and deceptive.

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4 Steps To Recover From Identity Theft

Tweet The topic of Identity Theft continues to surface regularly on the news, around the workplace water cooler, and in homes where consumers are trying to figure out the best

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I.D. Theft Remains #1 Consumer Complaint

Tweet What was the chief complaint received by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in 2007? If you guessed “identity theft” then you answered correctly. Last year, the FTC tallied more

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Protect Yourself Against I.D. Theft This Season

Tweet The final week of Christmas shopping is upon us, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is done shopping. This year, sales are down suggesting that many consumers are waiting