That’s how often someone becomes a victim of identity theft. Last year, there were more than 14 million victims of identity theft and fraud.
Are you one of those 14 million? Has your personal information been exposed in a data breach or hack?
The statistics say, “Most likely.”
New threats are exposed every day. Even as we sit here now, a vast array of cyberattacks are pounding at the walls of security networks built to protect you and your digital persona on the Internet.
And what I’m going to say next sounds a bit dramatic, but it’s completely true:
A world of dark forces and criminal networks conspire day and night to steal your username and password, obtain your Social Security number, open credit cards in your name, drain your bank accounts, and seize your computer to hold it for ransom.
The authors of the book Cybersecurity and Cyberwar contend that a cyber world war is underway. And we’re all involved.