10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Identity Theft

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Misunderstanding Abounds

Identity theft has become one of the biggest concerns for Americans. However, it is also one of the most misunderstood subjects among consumers. We are always looking for ways to protect ourselves from fraud. Credit card fraud or identity theft can turn your life upside down, especially if you have to spend time with law enforcement or incur legal charges. Its always best to prevent identity theft instead of trying to fix problems ...

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eBay Data Breach Response – How Not to Handle a Crisis

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It Took 3 Months To Notice The Breach

eBay, which was recently hit by a cyber attack that exposed the personal data of up to 233 million registered accounts, is now being investigated by three states — Connecticut, Florida, and Illinois — in a joint probe into the e-commerce giant’s security practices.

eBay’s response to the crisis, which unfolded over the past week, has been criticized as being more embarrassing than the attack itself. It took eBay three months to notice the ...

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Morrisons employee arrested in Leeds in connection with massive pay-roll breach – Techworld.com

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If you’re working in an organization that’s spending a good chunk of their IT security budget trying to keep the bad guys out then you need to pay attention to this article. No matter how much you spend you’re going to be remiss in your efforts if you don’t start looking from the inside out. Take a lesson from the folks at Wm Morrison.

British supermarket Wm Morrison has confirmed that one of its employees has been arrested in connection ...

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