PrivacyArmor monitors credit transactions, credit bureau reporting, and the dark web for compromised credentials.
Extend protection to anyone in the household, to ensure partners, roommates, children, and dependent relatives keep their identities safe.
Alerts at the first signs of fraud protect users from the devastation of identity theft.
If a transaction is fraudulent, an experienced Privacy Advocate will reach out and fully manage and restore identity.
Identity theft increased 8 percent in 2017, impacting 16.7 million people. And when an employee is an identity theft victim, their employer can lose out on their time and engagement. It’s time to offer your clients more than just credit monitoring.
We offer three levels of PrivacyArmor, our proactive identity monitoring service that sends alerts at the first signs of fraud. Our intelligence platform and monitoring capabilities detect, intercept, and restore the misuse of personal information that puts identities and enterprises at risk.
Customize PrivacyArmor for your clients, with employer-paid or voluntary payroll deduction options.
Attractive commissions, no special licensing required, no E&O insurance requirements.
There’s a 50 percent chance you had information compromised in 2017 — and that was just in one hack. What do those odds mean for your family? What do those odds mean for your employees?
PrivacyArmor extends identity protection to a spouse, children, household, and dependents.
After setup, there’s little work required. Our monthly updates let you know how your identity is doing, and if we find anything questionable, you’ll receive an immediate alert. If you tell us it’s fraudulent, we’ll call you and fix it.
Actually, we’ll call you. Each PrivacyArmor member has a dedicated Privacy Advocate to fully manage and restore stolen or compromised identity. Our Privacy Advocates are experienced, persistent, and never outsourced. They’re also available 24/7 — and they don’t stop until an identity is totally restored.
We provide PrivacyArmor as an employee benefit to companies of every size, and tailor our offerings accordingly.
We have clients in all industries, from health, education, communication, and transportation to government, manufacturing, leisure, and more. We are used to working with all industries and protect all types of businesses.
We offer different levels of PrivacyArmor as an employer-paid or voluntary benefit, with the option to add family members. Our highest level, PrivacyArmor Secure, is for businesses that need a more robust security layer, and includes employee security training and network security threat intelligence.
Average implementation takes 30 to 45 days, though there are certainly exceptions to this rule. Each client works with one dedicated implementation specialist who will be familiar with your business and your needs.
In special situations and breach cases, we can integrate in less time, and have integrated in less than a day when the immediate need was evident.
Yes, PrivacyArmor is portable at standard voluntary benefits prices, and are administered through direct billing.
Yes, we are happy to support retirees and other groups when a standard benefit is in place for the business.
InfoArmor partners with the top enrollment providers in the benefits market, and our integration with them is seamless. We are always expanding our relationships with enrollment platforms and administrators.
We always review file specifications early in the implementation process. You can obtain a copy of file specifications through your InfoArmor sales director as part of the sales process if you’re interested in reviewing them prior to implementation.
Absolutely. Our breach support programs are best-in-class employee solutions and cost effective for employers.
No, you don’t need a license to consult on our sell InfoArmor products to employer clients.
We offer generous definition of family, using an “under roof or under wallet” as our guideline. As long as the dependent lives within the employee’s household, or the employee supports the individual financially, they are eligible to enroll.
InfoArmor is not regulated by the Insurance Commission; therefore, dependents do not age out. As long as they fit into our “under roof or under wallet” definition, an individual may enroll as a dependent.