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4 Tips to Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Identity theft—when someone assumes your identity in order to steal money or commit fraud—is a big problem, and it’s getting bigger. According to the 2018 Identity Fraud by Javelin Strategy & Research, 16.7 million people in the United States were victims of identity theft in 2017—a record high. Connecticut residents experienced above-average incidents of identity

Printer Peril! The Identity Theft Danger Hiding Inside Office Equipment

Printer Peril! The Identity Theft Danger Hiding Inside Office Equipment These days, every office, library or copy center has a multifunction peripheral (MFP)—a digital copier/printer combo that you can use to print, copy, scan, fax and email documents. Perhaps you’ve used your office MFP to print a credit application or make copies of your employment

Back to School, Back to Risk

Back to School, Back to Risk Among the other things you worry about when you send your kids off to college, add this: college students are extremely vulnerable to identity theft. According to the 2015 Identity Fraud Study, students are the least likely to be worried about identity theft, with 64% saying they are not

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