13/06/12 in Identity Fraud/Theft |
In the space of about 24 hours, users of Last.fm, LinkedIn and eHarmony have been the victims of password theft, which has once again raised concerns over online security and identity fraud…
Within the last year, 15,000 businesses claim to have fallen victim to corporate identity fraud – showing a small rise in this crime. Within this article, the most common form of corporate identity fraud is explained – and ways of preventing it.
28/10/11 in Identity Fraud/Theft |
To discover how at risk you are from Identity Fraud you can use CPP’s risk assessment tool for free online today. This tool will allow you to enter your current situation though a number of simple
24/10/11 in Identity Fraud/Theft |
Whilst we all like to share – and we very much do – there are risks associated with allowing ‘everyone’ and ‘everyone’ open access to our personal information, which by its very definition, can be sensitive and, in fact, highly valuable.
Monday marked the start of this years’ National Identity Fraud Prevention Week. With the subject of identity fraud in the media on such a regular basis you’d have thought the UK population would be both aware of the threat…
Social and professional networking sites are a great way of connecting with friends and like minded people. However
Identity fraud using information from social media
There are, apparently, over 500 million Facebook users worldwide
You’ve squashed a week’s worth of your belongings into a suitcase, rushed to the airport in the middle of the night,