The latest news on identity theft
Key pattern analysis identifies computer users.
Encryption hardware for use with new memory type has been developed to protect personal information.
Carnegie Mellon researchers were able to predict some people’s Social Security numbers using information on social networking sites and publically available data
Today's selection of timely reports.
Plastic makes it easy for terrorists to access funds.
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Lock up employee data, or face the consequences.
Businesses request Social Security data that Americans don't want to share.
The real-life inspiration for "Catch Me If You Can" offers five ways to keep from being victimized.