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Identity Theft Via Weaponized Data

Weaponized data can be used against any of us in many ways, from applying for credit in your name to malware getting onto our devices via phishing. Pre-approved credit card applications, loan re-finance offers, bank statements, and the like are all valuable to would-be cybercriminals.

This recent post from the SoS Daily News – Weaponized Data Can Lead to Identity Theft – discusses a number of way to protect your data, including credit protections, avoiding phishing scams, and something as simple as changing your passwords.

Read Weaponized Data Can Lead to Identity Theft here.

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