Whether a business owner or consumer, your security risks at the holidays go up significantly. Here’s the good news: as complex as it seems technology continues to get, the biggest defense against online security issues is most often common sense.
It’s a wonder identity thieves didn’t figure out years ago that stealing a person’s identity and filing a false tax return was so easy. It’s become a cottage industry for thieves, but we have some advice that will help.
Here’s a sad, but true fact: Employees are the number one cause of business security breaches. But, there are things you can do to keep your information out of the hands of the wrong people.
Technology has greatly improved the process of getting back to school. Much of the process is online, and identity thieves are ready to snatch critical personal information, but there are steps parents to reduce the risk.
We never think identity theft will hit us. Until it does. We have compiled some tips and steps you can take to reduce your risk.