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Protecting Yourself After a Data Breach

You may feel it’s a daunting task addressing the responsibility of protecting yourself and your personal information from a data breach. However, there are some fundamental actions that can be taken right now that can make you a significantly safer from falling victim to a cyberattack.

In this video, cybersecurity expert Jim Stickley, CEO of Stickley on Security and the author of The Truth about Identity Theft, covers a wide range of types of data that can be exposed and how you can protect your credit Card, SSN, personal information, and other types of data that are all out in the wild.

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