Social Security fraud comes in many forms and can be difficult to spot. Whether it’s an untruthful statement on a federal form or a scam over 27 years that netted an estimated $400 million
You know your credit score is important. You probably even know what yours is. But do you know what it means?
Senior citizens lose billions of dollars each year to schemes designed to prey on their weak points. Arm yourself and your loved ones with the knowledge to stop would-be thieves in their tracks.
The bad news: millions of internet users rely on the weakest possible passwords to protect their online lives. The good news: you don’t have to be one of them.
Nothing can ruin a good day like reaching for your wallet or purse only to find it missing. The only thing worse? When your personal information ends up in the hands of a potential thief.
Open up your wallet. Take a look at your credit cards. There’s a good chance you’ve got at least one RFID-chipped card in the mix.
The hits just keep coming for picture-sharing giant Snapchat. After nearly a month of security trouble, the company put a new safeguard in place last week
With deals flooding inboxes and malls packed to capacity, holiday shoppers turned to the Internet more than ever this year to find the perfect gifts.
Identify theft doesn’t just happen to adults with credit cards and bank accounts. In fact, children’s identities are stolen at a 51 percent higher clip than adults.
California’s first-ever data breach report came out last month, showing 2.5 million residents had personal information put at risk in 131 incidents in 2012.