FDIC recently became aware of a cybersecurity incident affecting its systems and data that may have exposed the personal information of Federal personnel. Since the incident was identified, FDIC has partnered with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) to determine the impact to Federal personnel. FDIC immediately implemented additional security measures and will continue to improve the security of the sensitive information it manages.
We offer multiple layers of protection to ensure the integrity of your identity. You will also have the peace of mind knowing that in the event that your identity is compromised, our certified restoration specialists will guide you through the identity restoration process.
In order to activate your breach coverage, you will have to complete a secure sign up process and answer some question to confirm your identity. The process begins by submitting the PIN code that was provided to you. This PIN code can only be used once and cannot be transferred to another individual.
After validating your PIN code, you will be prompted to answer a few security questions to authenticate your identity, such as: previous address, names of creditors, payment amounts, etc.
Once the secure sign up process has been completed, your breach coverage will be enabled.
Instant online access to your credit reports.
Spot fraud quickly with daily monitoring of your credit report and alerts you if key changes are detected.
Continuously scours thousands of websites, chat rooms, blogs, the dark web, and other data sources to detect illegal trading and selling of your personal information, and alerts you if a match is found.
Alerts you to any payday or quick cash loans that were obtained using you SSN.
Notifies you when your personal information has been used to apply for or open a new bank account; or if changes have been made to an existing bank account.
Continuously searches millions of criminal and court records to determine if your identity has been use by any unauthorized individuals.
Tracks arrest record data from law enforcement agencies to find any criminal offenses under your name and date of birth.
Monitors and alerts you if your mail has been redirected through USPS without your authorization.
Know if your SSN becomes associated with another individual’s name or address.
Know if sex offenders reside in your area, and ensure that your identity isn’t being used fraudulently in a sex offender registry.
Work with a certified restoration specialist in the event your identity is compromised to help restore your identity and get on with your life.
Identity theft insurance provided under policies issued by our third party vendor reimburses you for certain out-of-pocket expenses.