Would you include more security, less risk and less worry as one of the best gifts that you can give your family and loved ones this Christmas? If you do then you really should read this post.
Reducing Your Risks
This week we learned of several additional major ways that our identity can be compromised and as a result could disrupt our lives. Unfortunately there are really no ways to stop or prevent identity theft from occurring. What we can do effectively is to constantly monitor our important identification data such as Social Security numbers, Driver’s License numbers, credit card numbers, debit card numbers, bank account numbers, email passwords, medical records, invoices, bills, and any other records that may contain our important data…and now to include digital cameras that are remote or built into computers. Constant monitoring will reveal unusual activity and then you must be proactive to correct the invasion of your data.
Here is what most people do not understand about “correcting any theft or misuse of your data”. Read this carefully!
As a private citizen you do not have access to the high security online data bases that contain your personal information! You cannot investigate or track or evaluate that information because you do not have authorized access. The solution that I use to monitor my information and restore my identity provides licensed investigators (with offices around the world), using limited legal power of attorney to access and monitor my data, to investigate the theft of my personal identity and to restore my identity if at all possible.
Can you imagine what you would have to do in case your identity were stolen and you had to take your time and money to correct the situation? And I choose not to protect my data with an insurance policy that reimburses me for some of my expenses of restoration as I do not have the time, the money, and data access to correct the issues. Sometimes it takes up to three years to restore a person’s identity if ever.
As the risk of Identity Theft pervades our society more and more each day, the value of having your critical data monitored constantly as well as having a team of licensed professionals to restore your identity…becomes much more important. Just consider all the ways your data can be stolen or compromised including department stores, websites, medical records, online purchases, theft of social security numbers at childbirth and many more ways.
NEW YORK -
Target is both warning customers and apologizing to them after information from millions of credit and debit cards was breached in a hacker attack The retailer says it’s fixed the problem that allowed info on as many as 40 million accounts to be stolen. It says credit card holders can continue to shop at its stores.
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The Washington Post Published: Saturday, December 21, 2013, 12:01 a.m. WASHINGTON -
Significant security vulnerabilities are still being uncovered in the Obama administration’s health-insurance website, nearly three months after the launch of HealthCare.gov. Officials discovered two such vulnerabilities, known as “high findings,” within the past month, including one this week, Teresa Fryer, chief information security officer for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, told the House Oversight Committee this week in an interview. Fryer said that both issues were being addressed. Read more: ___________________________________________________________________________