Author Archives: Judy Leary

About Judy Leary

For Judy, identity theft protection is in her DNA—her dad started IdentityForce’s parent company in the 70s, and in the 80s, she and her brother came on board. She loves her dedicated team and how much they care about every member, partner, and supplier. In addition to protection against identity theft, Judy is passionate about travel (Aruba is her “happy place”!) and giving back. She volunteers for the Alzheimer’s Association, Mazie Mentoring Program, and Sunshine Golden Retriever Rescue. She’s also a proud mom to 2 grown daughters and 3 rescue dogs.

The Biggest Data Breaches in 2016, So Far

2015 saw some of the largest data breaches ever, and while companies continue to fight the good fight against hackers and identity theft, we have no doubt 2016 will bring some breaches no one could never expect. Here are some …Read More […]

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Recent Data Breach Roundup: August 2016

While most of us have been hitting the beach, embarking on road trips, and enjoying our summers, it’s clear that hackers and identity thieves haven’t gone on vacation or taken any time away from criminal activity. In fact, they’ve been …Read More […]

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Scam Alert: College Students & Identity Theft

Watching your high school senior walk across the graduation stage back in June was hard enough, but now in a matter of weeks, you’re going to have to do something even harder: dropping your son or daughter off at college. …Read More […]

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Veterans and Identity Theft Risks

Veterans, as well as those who are currently serving in the military, have been trained for battle. But now they’re facing a new enemy that exists in the cyber world. Military personnel make particularly compelling targets for cybercriminals. The Federal …Read More […]

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House Stealing: Could Identity Thieves Steal Your House?

Recently, one of my friends decided to replace a sagging, aged roof. She had no idea that seemingly mundane choice would turn into a months-long odyssey of paperwork, including a risk that she’d lose her house. In applying for a …Read More […]

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