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Spotting Caller ID Spoofing
June 11, 2018

​Have you looked at your caller ID and thought you recognized the number, but when you answered, there was only a scammer on the other end? You’re not alone. You’re one of many victims of caller ID spoofing, the practice of making a telecomm…

​Have you looked at your caller ID and thought you recognized the number, but when you answered, there was only a scammer on the other end? You’re not alone. You’re one of many victims of caller ID spoofing, the practice of making a telecomm…

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Privacy vs. the Internet
April 09, 2018

​Hard on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal comes the news that Facebook has been recording some users’ mobile phone call logs for years. While many Facebook users are understandably upset about these privacy intrusions, the truth is…

​Hard on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal comes the news that Facebook has been recording some users’ mobile phone call logs for years. While many Facebook users are understandably upset about these privacy intrusions, the truth is…

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Keeping Your Privacy on Facebook
March 21, 2018

​By now, you’ve seen the news stories about Cambridge Analytica (CA), a British research firm that harvested information from the Facebook accounts of millions of Americans with the intent to influence voters. About 270,000 Facebook users agreed…

​By now, you’ve seen the news stories about Cambridge Analytica (CA), a British research firm that harvested information from the Facebook accounts of millions of Americans with the intent to influence voters. About 270,000 Facebook users agreed…

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MyIDCare’s Equifax Data Breach Overview
February 09, 2018

The 2017 Equifax data breach exposed the personal information of over 145 million Americans including names, birthdays, addresses, and Social Security numbers. Equifax might seem like old news but it’s important to keep this breach front of mind…

The 2017 Equifax data breach exposed the personal information of over 145 million Americans including names, birthdays, addresses, and Social Security numbers. Equifax might seem like old news but it’s important to keep this breach front of mind…

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Into the Breach: Your Identity After Equifax
January 02, 2018

The Equifax data breach disclosed in September 2017 exposed the data of over 145 million Americans—almost 60% of the adults in the United States. Considering that 2 in 3 American adults has had their personal information stolen, every single one…

The Equifax data breach disclosed in September 2017 exposed the data of over 145 million Americans—almost 60% of the adults in the United States. Considering that 2 in 3 American adults has had their personal information stolen, every single one…

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Alteryx Data Breach: What you need to know
December 22, 2017

​If you thought 2017 was a bad year for data breaches, hang onto your personal information: another massive data breach just hit the news. During a routine search of online data, Chris Vickery, a cyber researcher, stumbled into the databases of…

​If you thought 2017 was a bad year for data breaches, hang onto your personal information: another massive data breach just hit the news. During a routine search of online data, Chris Vickery, a cyber researcher, stumbled into the databases of…

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2017 was a Great Year . . . For Identity Thieves
December 22, 2017

Every year has its ups and downs, and 2017 has been no exception. For example, it’s been a good year for the stock market and a bad year for hurricanes. But for identity thieves, this has been the best year ever, and that’s bad news for the rest…

Every year has its ups and downs, and 2017 has been no exception. For example, it’s been a good year for the stock market and a bad year for hurricanes. But for identity thieves, this has been the best year ever, and that’s bad news for the rest…

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Getting Past Data Breach Apathy
November 06, 2017

After its massive data breach exposed the personal information of almost half of the American population, Equifax offered free credit freezes to anyone who wanted to sign up. Credit freezes normally cost money and they are powerful protection…

After its massive data breach exposed the personal information of almost half of the American population, Equifax offered free credit freezes to anyone who wanted to sign up. Credit freezes normally cost money and they are powerful protection…

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Geo Tracking and How to Go Unnoticed
October 05, 2017

If you watch crime dramas, you’ve probably seen scenes where detectives tracked a criminal’s location via their cellphone. If you’re nervous about being stalked via your phone, relax: in real life, it requires a warrant, court order, or proof…

If you watch crime dramas, you’ve probably seen scenes where detectives tracked a criminal’s location via their cellphone. If you’re nervous about being stalked via your phone, relax: in real life, it requires a warrant, court order, or proof…

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For Cyber Criminals, It’s Always Tax Season
October 01, 2017

Most of us breathe a sigh of relief when tax season is over. Unfortunately, the end of tax season no longer means an end to tax worries because identity thieves are working on tax fraud schemes year-round. According to the IRS, taxpayers need to be…

Most of us breathe a sigh of relief when tax season is over. Unfortunately, the end of tax season no longer means an end to tax worries because identity thieves are working on tax fraud schemes year-round. According to the IRS, taxpayers need to be…

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How is MyIDCare credit monitoring different from what my credit card already does?

What your credit card provider can’t identify is actual identity theft, in which a criminal would use your personal information to open new accounts in your name. Credit monitoring detects changes to your credit file, such as address changes, name changes or new accounts. Identity thieves go to great lengths to cover their tracks so they can use a stolen identity for as long as possible before detection. For instance, opening accounts in your name and social security number but at a new address helps to avoid discovery. This is where credit monitoring can help detect fraud in a way your credit card provider cannot.

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