Posts tagged with 'Identity fraud'

History's Most Famous Cases of Identity Theft

National Biographer’s day is a day best spent reading the enthralling life stories of some of history’s most notable people. But most importantly,…

FEMA Exposed Over 2 Million Disaster Survivors’ Personally Identifiable Information

This weekend, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) inspector general issued a report stating that the Federal Emergency Management Agency…

Tax Fraud May Be Down, But That Doesn’t Mean Fraudsters Aren’t Still Raking in Mass Numbers of Fraudulent Returns

If your customers have yet to file their 2018 taxes, they’re not alone. In fact, they’re one of a large group of procrastinators that waits until…

GGA Publishes First Global Consumer Survey, Shedding Light on Identity Theft as a Growing Global Concern

Generali Global Assistance (GGA) recently released survey findings, the first of their kind, in a press release which helps uncover the full scope…

500 Million Marriott Guests’ Data May Have Been Compromised in the Largest Reported Data Breach since the Yahoo Breach

Marriott International, the world’s largest hotel chain, confirmed that up to 500 million guests’ information may have been breached when hackers…

Two Million T-Mobile Customers Affected by a Data Breach: Actions Customers Can Take

T-Mobile, a wireless company with 77 million customers, announced last week that hackers stole the personal information of two million of their…

150 Million MyFitnessPal Accounts Breached - Users Should Update Their Account Information

Under Armour’s popular health- and fitness-tracking app, MyFitnessPal, has been breached and roughly 150 million users are affected. The…

Overcoming Customers’ Financial Security Fears with Identity Protection

Certain ads about identity theft on television and social media may make consumers think that every day is Halloween: there are boogie men around…