Identity Theft

Why You Should Never Use Your Debit Card

Scammers are everywhere, and debit cards leave your business exposed.

Gene Marks

How to Identity Proof in an Increasingly Virtualized World

The pandemic has only accelerated the migration online, necessitating more sophisticated identity proofing than ever before.

'They Messed with the Wrong Gal': What to Do When Your Social Media Gets Hacked

Tamara Hunter, head of Chemo Buddies for Life, took her internet enemies head-on.

Cathay Pacific Records Passengers During Flights

Any use of the in-flight entertainment system is logged and CCTV cameras on board each flight record your activity for security purposes.

Your Cyber-Enemy May Not Be the Person You Suspect

The less-obvious risk often is the most dangerous. Protecting your company and personal assets starts with understanding real versus perceived threats.

8 Lame Ways to Fritter Away Your First Million Dollars

A million bucks is still a lot of money, but not more than can be blown foolishly.

John Boitnott

4 Ways to Protect Yourself From Identity Fraud

For starters, have you thought about using a password manager.? Well, why not?

Thomas Smale

How to Know Your Employees Are Who They Say They Are

Protect your business -- and yourself -- from identity theft.

4 Strategies Small Businesses Can Use To Avoid a Data Breach

Hackers are getting more sophisticated. Make it a priority to protect your customers and employees by knowing your risks and taking the appropriate steps to safeguard your business.

Adam Levin

5 Fundamentals for Protecting Your Identity and Your Privacy

A few easy steps will make you much safer from online crooks.

Jason Hanson

Don't Despair, ID Theft Is Not Inevitable

Can one person protect their data when governments and large corporations routinely report cyberthefts? Actually, you can.

Tom Pageler

Coconut Water Empire to Bust: A Data-Breach Case Study

Think hackers are interested in attacking only large enterprises? Get with it.

Joe Ross