Our always-connected way of life, convenient and delightful as it is, has created something of a perfect storm for digital crime. The Internet of Things, combined with weak identity verification and antiquated controls, has cultivated a target-rich environment for fraudsters and cyber criminals.

Currently, there is no 100%, foolproof way to protect personal data from being stolen. We have entrusted far too many entities with our information – information that often can’t be changed after exposure. That said, there are things you can do – both on the job and in your free time – to make it more difficult for crooks to profit from your personal data.

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