Identity Theft and the Visually Impaired

With more than 60 million reported cases of identity theft in the US to date, there is no single demographic ...
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The Government Shutdown is Hurting Crime Victims

By ITRC CEO, Eva Velasquez For victims of identity crimes there are emotional, physical and lost opportunity costs experienced even ...
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ITRC Is Here to Help During the Government Shutdown

The Federal Trade Commission announced last Friday that it will be closed due to a lapse in its funding until ...
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What To Do When Your Passport Number is Breached

Your Passport and Your Identity A recently-discovered data breach of the Starwood brands of Marriott International’s hotels has left consumers ...
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How’s that New Year’s Resolution Coming?

Remember way back when—about a month ago!—when you were challenged with the ultimate New Year’s resolution? It didn’t seem all that ...
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Millennials at Risk of Identity Theft – This Holiday and Year Round

Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas are just around the corner. Black Friday, Cyber Monday and holiday shopping is too. It also ...
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The HTTPS Designation Might Not Protect You After All

For years, security experts and advocates have warned consumers about suspicious websites, specifically ones that take your sensitive information or ...
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WannaCry Isn’t Going Away

If you follow tech news, you may still get shivers up your spine from the buzz surrounding one of the ...
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USPS Suffers Accidental Data Breach Exposing 60 Million Users

The term “data breach” serves as a catch-all word for any kind of event in which someone entrusted with information—usually ...
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Protect Yourself When Traveling this Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, there are a lot of important guidelines that consumers should follow for travel safety. You need to arm ...
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