With wireless smartphone networks improving daily and keeping people connected nearly everywhere they go, it is no wonder why social media networks have continued to gain popularity over the years, with new networks popping up all the time. While many people check their social networks at any extra second they have, the constant updates can […]
Category Archives: Identity Theft Protection
As the world moves even further into the digital age, login credentials such as a username and password become a digital identity, one many people fail to properly protect. Many people use the same password for all their accounts or write their login information down in plain sight for the world to see. While it […]
Social Media is a great way to connect with friends and family, but it also comes with its fair share of risks – from cyber-bullying to fraud, the social media landscape can expose you and your family to risk. InfoArmor is proud to offer a robust solution to help manage and monitor your family’s social […]
Summer time travel is upon us. Traveling can lead to increased exposure of your information. In fact, 30% of travelers have experienced identity theft while traveling or know someone who has1.
1. There has been an increasing number of reports in which free airport Wi-Fi leads to theft, fraud and other malicious activity.
Through targeted phishing scams criminals are obtaining W-2 forms by gaining trust from employees within organizations for their own financial gain.
Some people can spot the more obvious phishing scams but not many can spot the more sophisticated phishing scams, also known as spearphishing attacks.
It seems like data breaches are happening every day and that is because they are. Breach Level Index tracks publiclly disclosed breaches every year.
Tax fraud is becoming one of the most common forms of identity theft. Learn how an InfoArmor Privacy Advocate can help reclaim your losses and restore your identity.
If you are a victim of tax fraud and are enrolled in InfoArmor’s identity protection benefit, PrivacyArmor®, call 800-789-2720 to speak with a Privacy Advocate.
Phone phishing scams are here to stay. A new scam has emerged and it is targeting Dell computer owners. Scammers pose as a Dell customer support technician and call Dell computer owners, informing them that their computer is infected with malware.