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.

What Keylogger Protection Is and Why You Need It

How does identity theft happen? One keystroke at a time. Here at IdentityForce, we’re always getting asked security-related questions. One of the more common ones is, “what is a keylogger and do I need keylogger protection?” A keylogger refers to …Read More […]

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Chip and PIN vs. Chip and Signature Credit Cards

Recently, I received a new version of my credit card in the mail, even though the expiration date was two years away. I noticed this card featured a fresh design, including a small, imprinted silver square with a few black …Read More […]

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Have You Heard About the FREAK Attack?

Discovered in March 2015, the FREAK (Factoring RSA Export Keys) bug presents the latest security threat to computers and mobile devices. Although companies like Microsoft and Apple are working to address potential security breach issues, the bug is proving more …Read More […]

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What Is the Difference Between Credit Card Fraud and Identity Theft?

People frequently confuse credit card fraud with identity theft, but they’re not the same thing. Let’s take a quick look at how they’re different. Credit Card Fraud vs. Identity Theft Credit card fraud is a type of identity theft. Here, …Read More […]

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Choosing a Shredder for Document Disposal

Do you own a paper shredder? If not, make it a (slightly late) New Year’s resolution to pick one up for safe document disposal. We’ve previously highlighted document disposal as one of the top ways to prevent identity theft, since the …Read More […]

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