Identity Theft can Wreck your Financial Plan
You are working hard to achieve financial security. Hackers and identity thieves are also working hard, only to steal your personal information and get into your bank accounts and your personal credit. They will fill their pockets with your money and leave you with a world of problems. Don’t risk being left in financial ruins! Protecting yourself and your loved ones against identity theft and cyber-crime is now an essential part of a successful financial plan.
Your personal information – exposed!
Stolen personal information is the new currency of thieves. Cyber-attacks at businesses, banks, healthcare organizations, law firms, schools and government agencies are happening daily. Millions of people every month have their personal information exposed through accidental or criminal data breaches. You may have already received one or more of these notification letters. Before your information is exposed in another data breach, be sure you’ve got a team of security and identity theft experts backing you up.
Target: Your computer and smart phone.
Do you access your bank account or pay bills online? Ever buy anything or make travel plans online? We use the Internet for just about everything today, and so do the bad guys. Computers and mobile devices are the playground of hackers and Internet predators. Anti-virus software is not enough protection against online predators who want to hijack your computers and devices and rip you off. Be sure to get regular security checkups from trusted experts so you can stay safe and secure.
Everyone needs a tech expert.
The fast changing world of computers, smart phones and technology can leave your head spinning. Keeping everything running secure and problem-free seems to be a never ending challenge. Viruses, malware and everyday computer problems cause major frustrations and can cost you big money in repairs. In today’s digital age, it makes sense to have on-demand access to tech experts you can count on for advice, troubleshooting and fixes.
Predators and bullies lurking online.
It’s important to be careful what you post online and what you share about yourself and your family. For parents, you must be proactive in protecting your kids and monitoring their online activities. From cyberbullies to sex predators, bad people use the Internet to learn about, track and victimize others. For you personally, and for your loved ones, be sure to stay vigilant and monitor for signs of threats to your privacy and security.