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1. Shred-it to Provide Mobile Shredding Services at the 2nd Annual CIG Insurance Community Safety Satu
August 24, 2014

Shredding is the most secure means of document destruction, and is a safe way to protect privacy and help prevent identity theft. Monterey, CA, August 24, 2014 –- In addition to over 30 other organizations who will provide important safety information and activities, Shred-it will bring their mobile truck to CIG Insurance’s 2nd Annual CIG Community Safety Saturday™ hosted by Capital Insurance Group in partnership with CIG Insurance Advisor, Monterey Insurance. Shred-it will offer its services to shred documents, helping attendees protect their privacy and fight identity theft and fraud. P... (read more)

Author: John Paul

2. What is a DDoS Attack & How Can You Prevent it?
November 11, 2013

Identify a DDoS Attack Early Knowledge is power! If you run your own servers, then you need to be able to identify when you are under attack. That’s because the sooner you can establish that problems with your website are due to a DDoS attack, the sooner you can start to do something about it. To be in a position to do this, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with your typical inbound traffic profile; the more you know about what your normal traffic looks like, the easier it is to spot when its profile changes. Most DDoS attacks start as sharp spikes in traffic, and it’s helpf... (read more)

Author: Darrin Gonchar

3. Don't delay! report fraud immediately to protect yourself!
November 08, 2013

Even if you are careful with your personal information, you can still fall victim to identity theft crimes. Not only are these crimes upsetting, but they can potentially cause a lot of damage. However, there are steps you can take to reduce your chances of becoming a victim. From taking action as soon as possible to keeping track of your credit history, you can potentially prevent a serious problem.Reporting Fraud and Fraud AlertsRemember that the longer you wait to report fraud, the more potential damage can be done. Keep in mind that there are a number of types of fraud, but each should be h... (read more)

Author: kedy jk

4. Identity Theft Puts Seniors at Risk: Protect Yourself
October 25, 2013

Senior citizens are often victimized by identity theft, and with good reason. Thieves know that the most likely people to have money are senior citizens who, likely, spent a lifetime trying to build a nest egg that younger people have yet to be in a position to do. Despite this, it is never too early to learn about how to prevent identity theft. Elderly and Identity Theft How Identity theft happens to the elderly is really rather simple. If someone grew up in the 1920s, ‘30s, ‘40s, and even the ‘50s, their level of trust may be much higher than someone who was born in 1990. The reas... (read more)

Author: kedy jk

5. The Impact Identity Theft can have on Your Credit Score
October 24, 2013

Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States, and the impact of the crime can have long-lasting effects for you and your credit score. Identity theft not only costs you money, but this crime could lead to false imprisonment. When thieves steal your identity, they could use your social security number, and other personal or financial information to open up lines of credit, or to falsify medical and tax records. You will need to monitor your credit report and score frequently to prevent or detect identity theft. If you notice any fraudulent activity, you will ne... (read more)

Author: Joy Mali M

6. Consider Business Identity Theft Insurance
October 24, 2013

Identity theft scams continue to be a concern for individuals as well as for businesses. While an individual can lose security in their financial accounts, credit, and more, a business that becomes a victim of such a scam can find the damaging result impacting more than just one person. It can affect everyone from the business owner, clientele and employees, as well as privileged customer information if such a scam is implemented against a business that is unprepared to prevent identity theft. Obtaining some form of identity theft insurance can be a proactive step toward ensuring the safety of... (read more)

Author: Amy j

7. Initial Steps to Take after Becoming an Identity Theft Victim
October 24, 2013

Identity theft is becoming increasingly common, and it is important that you know what to do in the event that you fall victim to this type of crime. If you have noticed some of the telltale signs of identity theft, it is important that you take the steps needed to protect yourself and correct the situation. Initiate a Fraud Alert A fraud alert is an important step if you are a victim of identity theft, as this may prevent a thief from opening a new account in your name. To do this, contact the credit reporting companies (Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion) to put a fraud al... (read more)

Author: Amy j

8. How Can Identity Theft Spoil Your Retirement?
October 24, 2013

Identity theft affects people differently, but everyone who is a victim will be impacted in some way -- your retirement is no exception. To protect yourself from these issues, you need to learn some basic steps on how to prevent identity theft. Reviewing your credit report on a regular basis is one of those simple steps that could save your credit score and protect your savings account, which may allow you to retire on-time. The Retirement Effect Your credit score is how lenders and creditors will measure your credit worthiness for the rest of your life. If you are a victim of ident... (read more)

Author: Amy j

9. When is Your Identity at Risk?
October 18, 2013

More people than ever are aware of the dangers of identity theft. They are using many different techniques to help protect their identity. They are monitoring their credit reports, watching their bank accounts for fraudulent activity, and making sure they keep an eye on their credit cards when they use them. These are all very important steps to prevent identity theft from happening, but they are not perfect. Despite all the steps you take to protect your identity, you could still be a victim. To add another layer of protection, you should learn how an identity thief works. Learn some of the t... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

10. How Do Identity Thieves Get Your Information?
October 17, 2013

If you have been the victim of identity theft, or you know someone who has been victimized, you might wonder how it happened. There has been so much written about the dangers of identity theft and what you can do to protect yourself that it seems people should not make the mistakes they are making. The problem is that the identity thieves are good at what they do. They have a bag of tricks that helps them get the information about you that they need. The more you know about these tricks, the safer you will be. You may wonder how do identity thieves get your information, but the easiest wa... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

11. How do Your Fix the Damage of identity Theft?
October 16, 2013

Not everyone is aware of the impact that identity theft can have on your life. If you have had a credit card stolen you may have reported it to your credit card company and been issued a new card. You likely did not have to pay for any of the charges that the thief made on your card, and you did not have any other problems because of the theft. You are one of the lucky ones.Some of the victims of identity theft have dealt with issues that were caused by the crime for years. Every time they thought they had resolved all of the issues created by the identity theft, a new one would pop up. Their ... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

12. 5 ID Theft Facts You Didn't Know About
October 15, 2013

All this talk about identity theft and credit fraud may have you wondering if there is any place that is safe, or should you continue to stay guarded all of the time? Staying guarded is for your own protection, especially when it comes to identity theft. Here is a break down explaining identity theft facts.What Is It?What is identity theft? Identity theft is when one person assumes the identity of another individual seeking personal gain with the intention of using their money and applying for loans. Anything they can attain is fair game in their eyes. Identity theft may be accomplished by eit... (read more)

Author: Amy j

13. Why is Your Identity at Risk?
October 14, 2013

You may think that you have done everything you can to protect your private information. The question is do you really know how the identity thieves are able to steal people’s identity. There are three different ways identity thieves work. They try to steal your identity from documents that contain the private information. They try to steal your identity in person or online. If you know the methods they use, you will be able to protect yourself. Identity theft in person One of the most common ways your identity will be stolen is the oldest method. The thief will simply take it. If you hand y... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

14. Reasons Why Children are Victims of Identity Theft
October 11, 2013

Identity thieves do not care how young or old a person is. They do not even care if a person is dead or alive. All they care about is getting the personal information they need to take advantage of an individual’s identity for their own gain. As the problems of identity theft have become more known, adults are taking the precautions they need to reduce their chances of being victimized. The thieves are always looking for potential victims that have not taken any precautions. This often means children are at risk. In order to protect a child’s identity, you need to know how they are being targe... (read more)

Author: kedy jk

15. Why Hackers Sell your Private Information Online
October 10, 2013

Are you concerned about identity theft? Whether you use the internet to complete financial transactions or you give your credit/bank information to a clerk at the store, you should be concerned because you are at risk for identity theft anywhere you go. Anyone that has the ability to hack into computer systems or those at a business could have access to your very personal information in a matter of minutes. Now you might wonder what identity thieves do with your information, if they are not using it to hack into your accounts. The latest tactic that criminals use is selling your information on... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

16. Did not Get the Credit You Wanted: Why it Happened?
October 10, 2013

It is a story that happens often. A person applies for credit so they can make a special purchase. Thanks to computer technology, the application is processed immediately. The problem is that not everyone is approved for the credit they apply for. You may think that you have excellent credit and will not understand how you could be denied. The reasons for denial can be surprising at times and you may not have realized that your credit was not as perfect as you thought. The first thing you have to realize is that many credit decisions are processed by computers. They look at specific factors ... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

17. 5 Steps To Take That Can Lower Your Risk To Identity Theft
October 09, 2013

It is not fun to be a victim of identity theft. It causes many problems. Your credit can be affected, it can end up costing you money. It requires time and effort to repair all of the damage that an identity thief causes. These are just some of the reasons why you do not want to become a victim of an identity thief. There are many steps that you will have to take after you have been victimized. It would be much better if you would take the time before you become a victim to learn the ways to prevent identity theft. If you follow these five easy tips, you may not ever have to worry about what ... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

18. Don't Be a Victim of Fraud on Vacation
October 05, 2013

When you go on vacation or if you travel for business, you want to enjoy yourself and get the things you want to do, done. That is not an unreasonable thing to expect. You do not want to come back from your travels and find out that you have become the victim of identity theft or credit fraud, but it happens more often than you think. Travelers make great targets. They often make mistakes with their credit cards that they would not make at home. If you are traveling, there are 4 things that you can do to help protect yourself and that will keep you from becoming a victim of credit fraud. Tell... (read more)

Author: Jana lynn

19. Identity Theft Can Occur Easily For Smartphone Owners
October 05, 2013

Who doesn’t have a smartphone these days? That is virtually unheard of. Remember back in the day when cell phones were obsolete and people actually used phones that plugged into the wall? Those days are long gone and now everybody pretty much has everything at the tip of the fingers in real time. It is and will remain to be the ‘in’ thing to get the newest phone released, technology advances by the minute you know. The phone you just purchased will be outdated in a year and something will be out in its place. With this being said, identity theft is always changing and growing, hackers/bots ar... (read more)

Author: Amy j

20. Does the Idea of Facebook Using Facial Recognition Scare You?
October 04, 2013

When it comes to social networks, Facebook is the king. They may not have been the first, but they have established themselves as the biggest. Over 1 billion people a month are accessing Facebook. Most of the people that are using Facebook are doing it for legitimate purposes. People want to be able to connect with each other and businesses recognize the marketing potential of Facebook and other social networks. While the users of Facebook enjoy the way that they can connect with others, the technology that is used keeps changing. Facebook has used many different technologies that have helped... (read more)

Author: kedy jk

21. The Right Prescription To Prevent Medical Identity Theft
September 27, 2013

What do you do with your empty prescription bottles? What about all of the medical information you receive, such as your explanation of benefits? Being careless with your personal medical information can be dangerous, and the theft of this priceless data can be deadly. Approximately 1.5 million Americans are victims of medical identity theft each year, a crime that costs the nation $41.3 billion annually. Prescription fraud is a growing form of medical identity theft that is not only extremely costly and time-consuming; it can also put your health at risk and even be life-threatening. Unfort... (read more)

Author: Steven Smith

22. Is Your Family Safe From Identity Theft?
September 26, 2013

No one is safe from the crime of identity theft. It can happen to anyone in a family whether they are young or old. While law enforcement works hard to crack down on the criminals that commit identity theft, they often are not able to do very much. By the time the crime of identity theft has occurred the damage is already done. It can take a lot of time and effort to correct the problems that are caused by identity theft. The fact that law enforcement cannot do a lot to stop identity theft puts families at risk. It is up to the family to come up with a strategy to prevent anyone from stea... (read more)

Author: Amy j

23. If You Think Card Skimming Is a Thing of The Past - Think Again!
September 26, 2013

The problem of identity theft is a serious issue. Credit card companies, individuals, and businesses are all taking steps to help prevent this crime from happening. The only people who benefit from identity theft are the thieves. Many people worry that the thieves are getting more sophisticated. The challenge for companies and individuals is to try to figure out how to stay a step ahead of the thieves. While this is important, it is also important to put up a defense against the techniques that have been used in the past to commit this crime.One of the favorite methods that thieves have used t... (read more)

Author: kedy jk

24. Steps for Businesses to Keep Private Information Safe
September 26, 2013

The problems of identity theft have been well documented. It is a crime that can affect anyone of any age. Because of the increase in the amount of people who have been victimized by identity theft, there have been many systems and procedures put into place that can help prevent an individual’s identity from being stolen. While people are taking some steps to prevent from becoming a victim of identity theft, they are not the only ones at risk. The idea of stealing the identity of a business is also growing. It is important for all businesses to take steps to protect their identity. If a c... (read more)

Author: Joy Mali M

25. Why Do You Need a Los Angeles Shredding Expert?
September 25, 2013

Businesses keep confidential information on documents that will eventually need disposing of. These documents need to be destroyed properly to ensure that all sensitive information is protected. However, not all business owners have thought of approaching a document shredding service. Due to this, some business owners who neglect to hire one may regret it later. Why is it important to hire a Los Angeles shredding expert? It's the Law To prevent identity theft, the federal and state government have authorized laws that oblige business owners to shred documents. One of these laws is the... (read more)

Author: Ruby Badcoe

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