Help for When Your Personal Information is Exposed

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Data breaches and data leaks continue to set records in frequency and severity year after year. When your personal information is involved, it’s important to watch your bank and credit accounts, Social Security, health insurance, and social media, and notify the proper authorities if you’re a victim of identity theft. Sophisticated fraudsters will also target your mobile devices as a way to gather even more data. Follow these ten tips to help you stay alert to fraud and further safeguard your identity from cyberthieves.

10 Tips for Breach Victims in 2021

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