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With graduation season upon on, the number of people looking for a job—whether a quick summer hire or a full-fledged career—is on the rise. Fortunately, the internet and its abundance of job hunt websites has made the work of finding work easier than ever. The downside, however, is it’s also made the work of scamming people or stealing their identities easier, too.
Identity theft is a growing problem, one that industry experts believe has no foreseeable end in sight. Whether it’s through scams and fraud, high-tech hacking and data breaches, or more “old-fashioned” methods, the public faces a serious threat to their personal data security every single day.
With the highly sophisticated forms of cyberattacks and data breaches that make news headlines each day, it’s easy to forget that many of the same old home-grown scams, frauds, and identity theft tactics still work. More accurately, it’s all too easy to forget that they’re still dangerous.