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Credit.com in the News 9/21/12

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This week the experts from Credit.com contributed to different media outlets on subjects including identity theft,  data protection and protecting your children and business against both. Check out the hits…

Credit.com Co-Founder and Chairman, Adam Levin explains to Fox Business that no company can be too safe when it comes to data protection.  He also breaks down the different types of hackers along with their motivation and state of mind. While driving home the gravity of this problem, Adam also provides tips for businesses to protect themselves from this growing issue. @Adam_K_Levin @simonettilauren

Free Tool: Credit Report CardAdam spoke to Fox Business about the harm identity theft can do to child’s financial future and the how high that risk is for young people. He also explains that lax security measures taken by teens on the family computer could leave their parents’ information exposed and can come with devastating consequences. @cagustke @FoxBusiness

Catch a previous clip of Adam offering tips on how to keep safe from identity theft while online below.

Adam talks to NY1 about the dangers that face college students when it comes to identity theft. He sites that over-sharing on social media and a lack of attention to credit for the high numbers of young identity theft victims. He also gives tips to parents that could help protect their children against identity fraud. @TaraLynnWagner @ny1

 

 

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  • http://www.solutis.fr/ Solutis

    Nice post on the data protection. Thank You.

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