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Protect Against Identity Theft

Your Personal Information Is Exposed Online.

Protection against identity theft is a thing you should take seriously. The impact of a breach of your personal privacy should not be underestimated; identity theft can cost you or your business thousands of dollars and can take several months to resolve.

If the rise in cases of the crime of identity theft is be halted, you must take responsibility for your own protection against identity theft.

What do you understand about identity theft?

Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information, like your social security number, your name, phone number, credit card number, without your permission, to commit crime or fraud.

Do you have a credit card or have you purchased something online recently? Do you verify your identity using your social security number? If yes, then you should be on the lookout for hackers stealing your identity. 

At NewReputation, we will help you protect your identity online. We are a leading online reputation management company that removes people, businesses and brand personal information from the internet.

We all need protection against identity theft and we all worry about our valuable or financial information being stolen. Don’t worry, protecting yourself isn’t as hard as it might seem and you don’t need to look elsewhere. NewReputation is here to keep you safe.

How to Protect Against Identity Theft

The main thing you should be aware of is that the risks exist and that you could become a victim of identity theft. Understand that and you will be all the more vigilant in protecting yourself against it. In addition, know that the odds of your being a victim really are.

  • Nearly 60 million Americans have been affected by exposed personal information. -Panda Security
  • 780,000 records were lost per day in 2017 - McAfee’s Economic Impact of Cyber Crime

Of all the identity theft that happens, only a few percentages of them are online. This means that most identity thefts that take place in the real world by conventional means. About 38% of those are credit card thefts and fraud and more are checking and savings account fraud.

This means that your credit and banking accounts are the most likely targets for identity thieves to aim for.

What is the reason for this? The reason for this that your credit is easy to get, most people have it, and it’s easy to use once stolen. Stealing information online is there for the news media to cover, so it’s seen more often there, but it’s relatively complicated and more difficult to do.

Setting up a website, hiding from authorities by masking all of the information used to set up the sites and information, and then getting email lists or other means to advertise is costly and time-consuming.

For instance, most thieves target the obvious: cars, homes, wallets. Some are slightly more sophisticated, using cell phones or other methods to photograph cards as they’re being used. Some work at the very store you’re purchasing items from and do false swipes of your card to record into small devices for this purpose.

Being aware of how you can be robbed is the first line of defense. This allows you to see what’s going on around you and know the theft when it happens.

Don’t give out any personal details to any person who calls you by phone, even if they seem 100% genuine; identity thieves know exactly what to say to seem plausible. If a caller asks you to provide personal information, determinate the call and ring the company on a number you know is genuine.

Lastly, have a different password for every online company you deal with. If you only use one password for everything, you will be highly vulnerable to attacks by identity thieves. It is also safer to use passwords containing numbers and special characters instead of everyday words.

Just being aware of the risks and how to limit them will go a long way towards protecting against identity theft. Don’t worry about it obsessively, we will help you do the necessary things to make sure you or your business identity is safe.

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