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Why Identity Theft And Data Breaches Will Only Get Worse

Published on 7/26/2015
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“If we don't act now to safeguard our privacy, we could all become victims of identity theft.” Bill Nelson

In the past year, there’s been over 1.2 billion data breaches worldwide. It seems that every week, another company falls victim to cyber fraud, which accounted for over $24 billion in the U.S. in 2014. Every two seconds or 13 million people a year become victims of ID theft. With the many advances in mobile technology and the uncertainty of financial markets across the globe, cyber thieves seem to be getting the upper hand into breaking into these “so-called” secured systems.

To make things even more scary, hackers are now able to obtain a vehicle identification number (VIN) and resell it without hardly a trace. It’s also recently been reported in the news that some new car’s wireless control systems are being hacked into which can cause serious accidents and even death. Many stores now put “chips” in their credit cards that holds a consumer’s non-public information. While we tend to think technology makes our lives easier, however, many companies are missing the mark in making sure that these devices are secure from thieves in the first place. Only more victims and time will tell the whole story as to how bad this problem will get.

Here’s the bottom line: no one has more at stake in protecting your identity than YOU. Believe it or not, it’s the most important thing you own! Once you become a victim of cyber fraud or ID theft, it’s quite possible that you will become a victim again. Don’t wait till the last minute to safeguard your good name. Take proactive steps to protect yourself, family, and business (if applicable) against this serious crime. Watch this short video below to learn how to protect your most important asset: your identity!

If you would like more information about affordably protecting your identity as well as dealing with the many legal issues associated with it, please visit my site: 

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G. L. Giddings, CEO/President
GLG and Associates LLP
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