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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.


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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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KMOX-AM St. Louis: Facial verification could be the next defense against identity theft

KMOX Reporter Megan Lynch and ITRC COO James E. Lee sat down to discuss the ITRC’s Biometric Working Group discussion paper and the future of facial verification.

NBC News: FBI Warns About Deepfake Porn Scams

The ITRC’s Eva Velasquez speaks with NBC News about a rise in FBI complaints of criminals using deepfake tools to create fake inappropriate videos. They use images found on the victim’s social media accounts. 

CBS News: Nearly 3 in 4 small businesses have suffered a cyber incident

ITRC COO James E. Lee talks with CBS News Correspondent Shanelle Kaul about the ITRC’s 2023 Business Impact Report, and why 73 percent of SMBs suffered a cyber incident.

Finopotamus: ITRC Report Focuses on Identity Theft in Black Communities

Finopotamus highlights the findings in the ITRC’s Identity in Practice Report, a report that examines identity crime victimization across Black communities in the United States. 

National Geographic: Practical Tips for Protecting Your Data While Traveling

ITRC COO James E. Lee shares tips with Jackie Snow of National Geographic on staying cyber-safe while traveling. It starts with packing spare chargers and using wall outlets to charge.

NBC 7 San Diego: Identity theft can harm your mental health as well as your credit

ITRC President and CEO Eva Velasquez speaks with Sergio Flores of NBC 7 San Diego about the ITRC’s 2023 Consumer Impact Report, and why 16 percent of respondents have contemplated suicide.

ISMG Group: Facebook, Instagram Blasted for 'Lame' Security Practices

Director of ISMG Productions Anna Delaney talks to James E. Lee, COO of the ITRC, about social media scams. In 2022, the ITRC saw a 288 percent increase in social media takeover inquiries.