Harris Interactive recently revealed that most Americans fail to protect themselves from identity theft and the simple precautions we can take in their latest infographic.
A key component of identity protection is closed due to the government shutdown. Take steps to protect your identity even if Uncle Sam isn’t watching.
Identity theft affected over 12.6 million Americans in 2012, and it's no longer one of those crimes that's always happening to someone else. Beyond the obvious negative effects, there are plenty of unexpected costs you may have to incur when recovering from identity theft.
Even if you qualify for college admission in every other way, a sketchy online reputation could keep you out of the school of your choice.
Learn how changing your password regularly can help keep your accounts secure and your identity safe.
Don’t let midterms distract you from protecting your identity in college. Protect your identity and prevent fraud with these tips.
You may think checking information from just one credit bureau is sufficient, but reviewing a three-bureau/three-score report is important to a comprehensive identity protection and credit monitoring regimen.
When disaster occurs, victims rarely have time to gather any personal items before evacuating and vital personal records often get left behind. If you have to evacuate your home, here's what can you do to protect yourself from identity theft.
A picture speaks a thousand words. Learn the do's and don'ts of digital travel in this infographic.
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