“ Cyberattacks continue to steal headlines. With everyone connected in our homes, cars, workplaces and schools, an astonishing amount of highly personal data like Social Security numbers, birthdates and addresses can easily get into the wrong hands and lead to identity theft. IdentityForce’s eBook provides meaningful value to all audiences – from HR and business leaders who want a resource for their employees to the everyday online shopper who wants to stay safe.”
~Russ Schrader, Executive Director
No doubt – things are complicated. Our everyday digital lives are constantly exposing us to threats – from the Dark Web to tax fraud to medical identity theft to new account openings. You’re not only exposed, but your family, your employees, your clients – everyone you care about has personal information swirling around everywhere. And, when the identity theft tornado strikes, and it will, you have to be prepared. The aftermath can devastate everything you’ve worked your whole life to build.
One-Stop Shop: Actionable ID Protection & Cyber Security Insights
In the words of Warren Buffet, were all in “uncharted territory…and it’s going to get worse, not better.” So now is the time to prepare. Now is the time to get proactive. Unlike exercise routines, diets, and other wellness regimens, coming to terms with protecting your personal information and identity can be easier. But, only if you are ready to learn. And, that’s why IdentityForce published a new eBook, Protecting What Matters Most: Insights, Trends, and Perspectives for Securing Your Digital Life. A six-page guide backed with more than 40 resources that will educate you about the threats we’re facing every day. You’ll also get actionable takeaways you can put into place to help protect yourself, your family, and your employees.
The 2018 edition of Protecting What Matters Most covers steps to lock down personal information from hackers, to understanding how smart devices, like Alexa, can compromise your privacy, to engaging in a short quiz for evaluating your risk level.
Some notable insights include:
- Cybercrime is Exploding | It’s been reported that cybercrime is generating at least $1.5 trillion in annual revenue, making it increasingly lucrative for hackers to keep stealing data.
- Dark Web is getting Darker | The public web is now only four percent of the internet and a typical identity is valued around $1,200 on the black market.
- Out-smarting Smart Devices | With 1 million children’s identities stolen in 2017, smart toys are under attack, along with fitness and payment apps. Especially with more than 60 percent of Americans using these devices and apps, both in their home and at their workplace.
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Learn more and download the eBook today to have these findings and much more all at the tip of your fingers.