Risks of third-party breaches

Not in My House | Why The Breaches That Threaten You May Not Be Under Your Control

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In today’s digital world, your personally identifiable information (PII) exists on your own devices as well as with those businesses and organizations you share it with. While you should take steps to protect your data, there’s always a risk that it could be compromised somewhere outside of your control — and that’s the plan of attack cybercriminals often take.

Join our upcoming 15-minute webinar to learn why cybercriminals are increasingly targeting small businesses, medical offices, payroll firms and other consumer-facing organizations and how that affects your personal identity risk. We’ll cover:

  • Why criminals are changing tactics | Discover what technological advances are making it more attractive for attackers to target small businesses.
  • How they misuse your compromised data | Understand how identity thieves typically use your PII so you can watch for the signs it has been stolen.
  • What steps you can take to fight back | Learn the steps you can take to reduce the impact of a data compromise when the breach is out of your control.

 We hope you’ll join us for this informational webinar.

What You Need to Know:

The credit scores provided are based on the VantageScore® 3.0 model. Lenders use a variety of credit scores and are likely to use a credit score different from VantageScore® 3.0 to assess your creditworthiness.