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.

Prevent

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.

Recover

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.

Protect

My Business

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

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NBC Nightly News: Former Nigerian Scam Artist Speaks Out

ITRC CEO Eva Velasquez sits down with Jacob Ward and NBC Nightly News to discuss dating scams, and why many of them originate from Nigeria. 

KMOX-AM: 2022 Business Impact Report - A Glimmer of Hope in Identity Theft

ITRC COO James E. Lee speaks with Debbie Monterrey and Megan Lynch of KMOX-AM to talk about the ITRC 2022 Business Impact Report, ID theft, and ways to be prepared for it.

Investigate TV: In Google Voice scams, con artists look to steal your identity to commit crimes

ITRC President and CEO Eva Velasquez talks with Investigate TV’s Caresse Jackman about how identity criminals are using Google Voice to scam people.

NBC 4 Washington: Identity Crime Report Shows Spike in Account Takeovers

NBC 4 Washington’s Susan Hogan talks to James E. Lee, COO of the Identity Theft Resource Center, about the ITRC inaugural 2021 Trends in Identity Report and the rise in account takeovers.

eDiscovery Today: Q3 Data Compromises Up from Q2, But Far From a Record High

According to the ITRC’s Q3 2022 Data Breach Analysis, there were 474 publicly-reported Q3 data compromises in the Quarter, a 15 percent increase compared to Q2 this year.

TechNewsWorld: Social Media Account Hijacking Jumps 1,000% in Last 12 Months

In a survey of consumers, the ITRC found that 85 percent had their Instagram accounts compromised, while 25 percent had their Facebook account hijacked.