Recently, the “Happiest Place on Earth” wasn’t living up to its name for many families. For almost a full year, malicious software had been installed on point-of-sale systems at several Earl Enterprises restaurants. This software then captured debit and credit card numbers, expiration dates, and cardholder names of users purchasing food at these venues. Identity theft has become too commonplace in our day and age…
According to the IRS, identity theft has been the number one consumer complaint to the Federal Trade Commission for 15 consecutive years. The Bureau of Justice Statistics estimates that 17.6 million people were victims of identity theft in 2014.
The IRS says that in 2012 it prevented $20 billion in fraudulent returns, including those related to identity theft
Many insureds do not have cyber insurance yet, but more and more companies are purchasing coverage.
Even if your a small business, you are just as susceptible to a data breach.
In today’s digital economy it is relatively impossible for an enterprise to conduct business without collecting personally identifiable information. What Happens when this information is breached?
The top things that the IRS wants taxpayers to know about identity theft avoidance