Dr. Larry Ponemon shares results from Ponemon Institute's Third Annual Survey on Medical Identity Theft, sponsored by Experian's ProtectMyID.
The sun is shining and the kids are out of school; it is the perfect time to travel. However, traveling often puts consumers at a higher risk of becoming victims of identity theft. Here are a few simple tips consumers can follow so that their summer vacation is not brought down by a case of identity theft.
Dr. Larry Ponemon shares results from Ponemon Institute's Third Annual Survey on Medical Identity Theft, sponsored by Experian's ProtectMyID. In this video, he talks about the increasing costs to the victim of medical identity theft.
Homes are often underprotected where Internet safety is concerned. We install wireless networks in order to be able to take advantage of modern technology from every corner and every device, but we don’t always protect ourselves from the dangers that accompany this modern convenience. Here are some helpful tips to increase your network’s security.
Identity theft – one of the nation’s most lucrative and fastest growing crimes – is something that every individual needs to understand. Yet, commonly used terms like smishing, bot, trojan and spyware can leave one feeling even more confused and unprepared. In efforts to make you an expert on how to protect yourself, we've compiled a list of basic identity theft terms that every consumer should know.