- The average US family will experience identity theft within the next three years.
- Over 15 million people were victims of identity fraud.
- You are 40 times more likely to have your identity stolen than to have your home burglarized.
- After the Equifax breach, fraudsters may have close to 80% of working American’s names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth.
Credit monitoring services can help you keep an eye on credit report activity, but they can’t help protect your Social Security number. What’s more, credit monitoring can only alert you after your identity has already been compromised.
Recent hacking schemes—against credit bureaus and other popular companies—have compromised millions of people’s private information. If you’re one of those unlucky people, you may already be in trouble.
Anyone can have their identity stolen. For children, you may go for years without knowing it—and the consequences can be devastating.
Retired individuals and couples are favorite targets of identity thieves. If it happens to you, who will you turn to for help?
More than half a million small- to medium-sized businesses will shut down in 2017 because of cyber security breaches. What if identity theft happens to you?