Under Armour is notifying about 150 million users of its MyFitnessPal product, a food and nutrition application and website, that their personal information was illegally accessed in a security breach in February 2018.Read More
Hackers claim they have 5 million credit card and debit card numbers from Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks OFF 5TH and Lord & Taylor stores in North America.Read More
Consumers say they are “very” concerned about the threat of data breaches, but there are steps you can take to protect yourself from identity fraud and stop thieves attempting to profit off your name.Read More
Identity fraud had a banner year in 2017, ensnaring an all-time high of 16.7 million U.S. victims and financial losses topping $16.8 billion. Also highlighted: the ways in which this new breed of identity thief operates.Read More
Tax identity theft can cause havoc on your taxes and your credit scores and reports. Use ScoreSense this tax season to start monitoring your credit and other personal data.Read More
Cyberthieves took the theft of U.S. consumers’ personal information to record levels in 2017. A ScoreSense® membership will allow you to regularly review your credit reports and scores – and alert you to changes in your credit file and suspicious activity involving your personal information.Read More
In 2017, cyberthieves found treasure troves of Americans’ personal data in financial services, healthcare, social media companies and government agencies. The prevalence of breaches illustrates the importance of identity protection and credit monitoring.Read More
December was chosen to shine a light on identity theft because it’s prime time for thieves to do their “shopping”, too. Here are some tips to help you fight ID theft year-round.Read More
Now more than ever, it’s time to tighten up your cybersecurity. Identity thieves can use malicious malware to steal your personal information.
Here are some do’s and don’ts to stay better protected.
If you’re not monitoring your credit reports and scores after the Equifax breach, start immediately. It’s the first line of ID protection.Read More