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Planning to Move This Summer? Beware of Moving Scams
Jul 27, 2015 - Whether you're just wanting to move a couple of boxes or need to transport the contents of an entire house from one side of the country to the other, moving is certainly stressful. Sometimes you can get away with doing it all on your own, but often it's necessary (or just more convenient) to hire...
OPM Providing CSID Protector Plus to Breach Victims: How Does It Measure Up?
Jul 24, 2015 - The hallmark of a large-scale data breach is the offering of free credit monitoring and identity theft protection from the breached company to its exposed customers. While retailers like Home Depot and Target have gone with services such as AllClear ID and ProtectMyID, the Office of Personnel Man...
Possible Credit Card Breach Hits CVS Photo, Costco and More
Jul 20, 2015 - If you take advantage of your local CVS, Costco, Rite Aid or other similar stores to have your photos printed online, you might want to double-check your credit card statements. Following the shutdown of Walmart Canada's Photocentre website on July 14 after it became aware of a potential data bre...
Is Facial Recognition Technology the Future?
Jul 13, 2015 - Updated: July 21, 2015 A decade ago, social media was just beginning to bloom and people were only sharing their photos and thoughts with handfuls of trusted family and friends. Ten years later, social media dominates our lives and sharing every moment through photos snapped instantly from the mo...
OPM Breach Update: 21 Million Social Security Numbers Stolen
Jul 9, 2015 - Updated: July 10, 2015 The stakes keep getting bigger for federal government employees whose information was compromised in the recently discovered Office of Personnel Management hack — and now employees' family members could be at risk as well. New information indicates that, rather than the ini...
What Is Identity Theft Anyway?
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information, such as your Social Security number, name or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes. A thief could take out a mortgage in your name or commit a crime and pretend to be you when caught. Thieves can even use your personal information to apply for a job or use your medical insurance!
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