21 April 2020
Protect yourself against Identity Theft and Fraud with this guide from Paul Brewer. Focussing on protecting your identity online and covering key topics such as:
Information on the most common ways people’s identities and personal information are targeted and stolen online, including key warning signs that you might be a victim of fraud.
(e.g. loss of services on your utilities or unexplained payments coming out of your account).
How to prevent identity theft: The top advice here includes safeguarding techniques like regularly changing your password, using two-factor authentication and avoiding public Wi-Fi among other useful resources.
This guide also gives you helpful tips on certain topics like: Signs you’ve been targeted, Steps to strengthen the security of your personal banking, What to do if you're a victim of online theft, and much more.
We’re living in a technological age, where storing data online has become the norm. But how safe is the information we’re putting on the internet? Theft and fraud are becoming a greater threat, as more people look to exploit technical loopholes to gain access to vital information.
But how do you prevent such attacks? This resource will provide you with advice on how to safeguard against potential invasions of your personal information. From understanding how you could be targeted, to strengthening your security measures, let’s find out everything you should be doing to protect yourself against attack.
Article written by Paul Brewer.
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