Your Life, Your Identity.

Let's Keep it That Way

The ITRC is a non-profit organization established to minimize risk and mitigate the impact of identity compromise.


Identity Theft

Your identity can be abused in many different ways, and the damage can be lasting and significant. However, there are simple steps you can take to protect your identity from theft and misuse.


My Identity

Were you the victim of an identity crime? The ITRC can provide you with direct assistance, a custom remediation plan, and more resources.


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See how your business can leverage ITRC resources and help transform lives.

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NPR: Identity theft is on the rise. Here are some ways to protect yourself

NPR’s Michel Martin talks to Eva Velasquez, President and CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center, about the growing threat of SIM swapping.

Investigate TV: Con artists copycatting social media profiles lure family and friends into scams

ITRC COO James E. Lee talks with Investigate TV’s Rachel DePompa about the rise in social media scams the ITRC has seen, why it’s happening, and what people should do.

CNET: ITRC Data Shows Data Breaches Up in First Quarter of 2022

The ITRC, a nonprofit that helps victims of identity theft, said there were 404 breaches in the first three months of this year, up from 354 in the same period a year ago. 

CNBC: Online daters lost a record $547 million to scams in 2021

ITRC CEO Eva Velasquez says if you are not sure if someone is legitimate on a dating app, you should not send them money or gift cards, or share any personal information. 

FOX 26 Houston: The ITRC Sees A Sharp Rise in Google Voice Scams

Google Voice is a popular, free phone service over the internet.  Scammers are hijacking phone numbers to commit more scams using your name.