What you don't know might hurt you
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, there were 16.6 million cases of identity fraud in the United States in 2013. More than 915,000 of those were tax-related cases reported by the IRS. Despite safeguards taken by retailers and other institutions that may use your personal data, breeches are becoming increasingly more common. Even your own best efforts to secure your sensitive information may not be enough. While victims can work to reverse the damage, such efforts can be time consuming, frustrating and costly.
So how can you stay ahead of the identity theft racket? As the saying goes, knowledge is power. Check out these valuable infographics, provided by LifeLock security services, to learn more about identity theft and fraud and how University of Phoenix alumni can protect themselves. What you don’t know may surprise you.
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