Author Archives: David Rabinovitz

About David Rabinovitz

David is aligned closely with c-level principals and provides them with coaching services focused on strategy, finance, ownership, deal structuring, and shareholder relationships, which led him to join one of his high-growth clients as their CFO. As a high-energy executive with a wealth of experience, David is a versatile corporate “fireman” who skills are often sought after to assess and resolve complex business challenges, as he brings critical insight for business leaders in transition. He is also a long-standing Special Crew Volunteer for Pan-Mass Challenge, an annual cycling fundraiser that strives to provide Dana-Farber's doctors and researchers the necessary resources to discover cures for all types of cancer.

How Social Security Was Born: Part I

We recently posted some important tips for how to keep your Social Security number safe. It got me thinking: what was the original meaning behind social security numbers? how and why were these cards created in the first place? I …Read More […]

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Broad-Based Malware Intrusion Hits UPS Stores

In yet another instance of cybercrime, UPS recently announced that customer information at 51 of its UPS Stores across 24 states has been compromised. The breach was discovered after the company received a government bulletin alerting retailers to a broad-based …Read More […]

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Are Single-Use Credit Cards Here to Stay?

We’ve written before about shopping safely online and the need for “smarter” credit cards. Now there is a new topic when it comes to credit cards––one-time use or “masked” cards. I think of it as a Mission Impossible type card––“this …Read More […]

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How Changes to the Death Master File Help Prevent Identity Theft

Lately it seems like I’m always writing about the many bad guys out there and the many ways they try to steal your identity. Well, I thought it was time for some good news! The United States Congress has passed …Read More […]

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Are Tech Companies Doing Their Part to Keep Us Safe?

A story on NPR today caught my attention, as it focused on what happens to our private information online. Is it safe? In today’s digital world, can we really keep things private? The reporters at NPR decided to put trusted …Read More […]

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