Identity Management

Forum discussion tagged with Identity Management.
  1. Paul Wagenseil

    How to Steal Someone's Identity in 45 Minutes

    It takes less than an hour online to gather enough public information to steal a person's identity. Here's what not to do online. How to Steal Someone's Identity in 45 Minutes : Read more
  2. Paul Wagenseil

    Oops! Yahoo Says 3 Billion Accounts Hacked, Not 1 Billion

    Verizon said that Yahoo's 2013 data breach involved not 1 billion user accounts, but 3 billion -- every single Yahoo account at the time. Oops! Yahoo Says 3 Billion Accounts Hacked, Not 1 Billion : Read more
  3. davideitelbach

    Best Identity-Theft Protection 2017

    We tested the six most popular identity theft protection services over a three month process. Here are the services that protect you the best. Best Identity-Theft Protection 2017 : Read more
  4. Paul Wagenseil

    Just How Screwed Are We by the Equifax Data Breach?

    The Equifax data breach affects 143 million people, whose identities have been up for grabs for months. Just How Screwed Are We by the Equifax Data Breach? : Read more
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    Identity Theft vs. Credit Card Theft: What's the Difference?

    Most people worry about their credit cards getting stolen, but they shouldn't. Other kinds of identity theft are much worse. Identity Theft vs. Credit Card Theft: What's the Difference? : Read more
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    The Worst Data Breaches of All Time

    The Yahoo data breach may be the biggest, but you've probably never heard of other data breaches that were smaller, but worse. The Worst Data Breaches of All Time : Read more
  7. davideitelbach

    LegalShield ID Premium Review

    LegalShield ID Premium failed to impress us due to its lackluster credit-report monitoring and lack of an identity-theft insurance policy. LegalShield ID Premium Review : Read more
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    Identity Theft Victim? Here's 6 Things You Need to Do

    If your identity's just been stolen, don't panic -- be proactive. Here are six simple things you need to do right now. Identity Theft Victim? Here's 6 Things You Need to Do : Read more
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    How to Stop Your Smartphone from Stealing Your Identity

    Smartphones are treasure troves of personal data for identity thieves, yet few phone users know how to protect that information. How to Stop Your Smartphone from Stealing Your Identity : Read more
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    Heartbleed Used by Identity Thieves in Phishing Scam

    Scammers are using fear of the Heartbleed Internet-security flaw to try to con people out of their own identities. Heartbleed Used by Identity Thieves in Phishing Scam : Read more
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    How to Beat Tax-Time Identity Thieves

    Tax time is Christmas for identity thieves, who use all sorts of tricks to separate you from your money. Here's how to beat them. How to Beat Tax-Time Identity Thieves : Read more
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    Hundreds of Millions of Stolen Login Credentials Found Online

    Roughly 360 million stolen login credentials are currently available in cybercrime bazaars, a security firm says. Hundreds of Millions of Stolen Login Credentials Found Online : Read more
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    How a Single Username Puts Your Security at Risk

    Use one username for all your online accounts? Here's how that puts you in danger, and how to fix it. How a Single Username Puts Your Security at Risk : Read more
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    Target Data Breach Widens to 70 Million More Individuals

    Target disclosed 70 million more people were hit by last fall's data breach, which initially affected 40 million credit and debit cards. Target Data Breach Widens to 70 Million More Individuals : Read more
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    How Seniors Can Reduce the Risk of Identity Theft

    Why are seniors such a susceptible target for identity thieves, and how can they learn the difference between a scam and the real deal? How Seniors Can Reduce the Risk of Identity Theft : Read more
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    Is It Safe to Sign Into Other Sites Using Facebook?

    Logging into third-party websites using your Facebook credentials is convenient -- but it also gives a lot of personal information to websites that may not be secure. Is It Safe to Sign Into Other Sites Using Facebook? : Read more