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ANTI-THEFT LUNCH BAGS
2012-05-26 02:24:00
Is someone snatching your prized sandwich from the office refrigerator? Or maybe a pesky roommate at the apartment or school? Fear not as the clever designers of The. have created a series of anti-theft lunch bags that are guaranteed to fool the food thieves. The bags are printed with blotches that resemble mold. Refrigerator warfare at its finest!
Wallpaper that Protects You From Identity Theft
2012-05-12 21:41:00
From Wired Top Stories: There's that guy again, cruising down the block, scanning the airwaves for an open Wi-Fi network named "LINKSYS" or "NETGEAR" that the owner didn't bother to password-protect. Maybe he's just a freeloader. But what if he's an identity thief out to view your browsi
Identity Theft Still On the Rise
2012-05-02 05:15:00
For the 12th year in a row, identity theft complaints top the list of consumer complaints [PDF] received by the Federal Trade Commission. 15% of more than 1.8 million total complaints filed in 2011 involved identity theft. Javelin Strategy & Research estimates that nearly 12 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2011?a 13% increase ...
What Is Business or Corporate Identity Theft?
2012-04-30 20:10:00
Business or corporate identity theft occurs when a thief uses an existing business’ name to obtain credit, or bills a business’s legitimate clients for products and services. Often, but not always, a Social Security Number of a company officer is required to commit business identity theft. Other identifiers, such as Federal IDs or Employer?s Identification ...
Tax return theft: How to safeguard your refund
2012-04-18 00:06:00
For hundreds of thousands of taxpayers Tax Day is just the beginning of a nightmare where they discover Social Security numbers have been stolen and fake returns filed in their name.
Identity Theft Tops 2011 Consumer Complaints
2012-04-02 19:48:00
The Federal Trade Commission today released its list of top consumer complaints received by the agency in 2011. For the 12th year in a row, identity theft complaints topped the list. Of more than 1.8 million complaints filed in 2011, 279,156 or 15 percent, were identity theft complaints. Nearly 25 percent of the identity theft complaints related ...
What Are the Latest Identity Theft Statistics?
2012-03-25 06:08:00
The 2012 Identity Fraud Report: Social Media and Mobile Forming the New Fraud Frontier, released by Javelin Strategy & Research, reports that in 2011 identity fraud increased by 13 percent. More than 11.6 million adults became a victim of identity fraud in the United States, while the dollar amount stolen held steady. Approximately 1.4 million more ...
What is Identity Theft?
2012-03-17 03:59:00
Identity theft occurs when someone takes your personally identifiable information (PII), and misuses it, abuses it, and adapts it to his or her own life, often for financial gain. When an identity thief does this, your good name is soiled?the name you have worked so hard to keep in good standing. Rectifying it can be ...
Numbers Behind Identity Theft [Infographic]
2012-03-06 09:00:00
Sorry I haven't been that active on the blog lately. I've been preoccupied with other things at work. Namely I get to rebuild my company's network from the ground up which is something not many admins get to do. I mean, you come into a company and inherit someone elses network, and most of the time the way they did things is not how you would have done it. Sometimes it's nice to be able to start over, and do it the way you feel it should be done.Anyway, I thought I would post something for you, and these infographics are handy that way. Since I recently did a Tech Chop on protecting your data using encryption, I thought this would be a good follow up post on some numbers associate with identity theft to drive home how important it is to protect your data. Check it out![Via CreditRepair.org]-del.icio.us tags: identity, theft-, infographic, number-s, statistics Related- articles, courtesy of Zemanta: Watch Out: Business Identity Theft is on the RiseH...
The New Business Identity Theft
2012-03-01 00:51:00
Identity Theft vs. Business Identity Theft Almost everyone is familiar with identity theft. A criminal obtains your personal information, and uses that information to steal, leaving you to mop up your decimated credit. Business identity theft can also involve criminals using private business information to create fake financial accounts to defraud third parties. Not all ...
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2012-02-11 18:39:00
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Ghosting Identity Theft Scams
2012-02-10 02:33:00
There are generally 2 types of financial identity theft. New account fraud and account takeover. New account fraud Identity theft can occur when someone opens a new credit card in your name, maxes it out, and doesn?t pay the bill. Account takeover Identity theft can also occur when a bad guy gets your information, uses it to ...
Anti-Theft Car Seat Uses Your Backside for ID
2011-12-23 15:35:00
From Coolest Gadgets: I have to admit that it was difficult to come up with a headline for this posting. How else can you describe that your butt (or some even more vulgar word) can be used as an identifier. After all, every car thief has to sit in the driver's seat and drive away. Ho
Keeping Cargo Theft Down
2011-12-14 14:04:00
In this issue we learned about the growing challenge of cargo theft; and the growing capabilities of mobile computing technologies. Those technologies could help to stop cargo theft from becoming an even bigger problem. Is cargo theft a problem in your organization? If so have you found an effective
Identity Theft Ring Targeted Banks
2011-11-13 15:00:00
In what is considered ?the largest identity theft takedown in U.S. history,? 111 individuals were indicted for ?stealing the personal credit information of thousands of unwitting American and European consumers and costing individuals, financial institutions and retail businesses more than $13 million in losses over a 16-month period.? The five different identity theft and forgery rings ...
How To Stop China-Based Domain Name Theft
2011-11-10 03:58:00
By Rachel Buker Rachel is an attorney at Harris & Moure whose practice focuses mostly on intellectual property.  Trademark infringement with respect to domain names is a very common problem, particularly for those who do business with China or even just manufacture their product there. It is unsurprising that many in China are quick to register domain names similar to those of the foreign companies they see. We frequently see the following sorts of domain name thefts, oftentimes by Chinese companies seeking to hone in on a well-known brand name: Domain names that intentionally contain a common typo of a known trademark. Domain names that take a known trademark and attach a generic word like “outlet” or a word descriptive of the product, such as “shoes."  Domain names that are exactly the same as a known trademark’s domain name, but with a different extension.  For example, abc.net, instead of abc.com.   Companies confronted wi...
Document Shredding – How it Prevents Identity Theft
2011-10-22 13:12:00
In recent years, there has been a considerable rise in the instances of identity theft perpetrate upon businesses and other organizations as well as individuals. When a person becomes the victim of identity theft, it means a criminal has stolen their p...
Zomata Accuses Burrp of Data Theft. Network 18 In A Tight Spot
2011-09-27 13:35:00
Zomato has accused Burrp for blatantly copying their website data dealing with restaurant listings. Burrp has been unable to defend itself since it has been revealed that Burrp has not only copied restaurant data but also the phone numbers. This evidence has put Burrp in a difficult situation. Zomato had taken up a different business model where they were publishing their own business phone number along with a few restaurant listings. The restaurants had no knowledge of this. Zomato says, “These numbers are our numbers, the restaurant staff doesn’t know about this and these numbers have no business showing up on some other website (even our API does not serve these numbers). Also, we have our own proprietary GPS systems which help us collect very very accurate (within 2 meters) GPS coordinates for restaurants listed on Zomato. So when these coordinates, until the 5th decimal point show up on some other website, we have a problem.” However when they found some instance...
By: WATblog
Google+ Tackles Identity Theft By Issuing Verification Badges
2011-08-24 08:19:00
Google+, the much touted Facebook Killer has decided to tackle the issue of Identity Theft on its network. Recently, they decided to crack down on users using a Pseudonym or nicknames on their page. Another growing problem was that people were impersonating celebrities. You may have read about the fake Sachin Tendulkar profile doing the round, added people to his circles. Now in a move similar to Twitter’s Verified Accounts, Google+ has introduced Verification Badges. WATBlog’s Rajiv Dingra was quoted in an Afaqs article saying,”This would make sure people on Google+ are genuine and would try and stop fake accounts,” Here is an example of a Verified Google+ account [Image Courtsey: googleplusblog.info]- Google employee Wen-Ai Yu wrote, ”Not sure whether Dolly Parton is actually a particular Dolly Parton? For now, we’re focused on verifying public figures, celebrities, and people who have been added to a large number of circles, but we’...
By: WATblog
War on the Elderly ! - Rense & Marti Oakley – Guardianship – Theft,
2011-07-07 16:09:00
It happens everyday in every state. Elderly or disabled individuals are kidnapped under the guise of “guardianship” by predatory guardians who then begin bleeding off the estate.Corrupt probate judges, attorney’s, social agency workers, nursing home operators, doctors and the ever present predatory guardian, all begin hammering away at the vicitms assets until nothing is left. The family is restrained from visitation while hearsay charges are levied against them by the predators. No evidence required.If you think this can’t happen to you, think again. Congress is well aware of this crime. Your state agencies, police departments, state attorney’s general, the FBI, the DoJ …all are fully informed and yet refuse to do anything to stop this theft and looting while holding an elderly or disabled victim hostage.There is money to be made by converting a human being to chattel property!And if a victim escapes the prison of the nursing home? A warrant is issued for “escaped hum...
War as Theft by Evan Palmer
2011-05-29 20:46:00
It is instructive and eye-opening to view war as theft. That is, to consider that theft is its main purpose. War being more than a few armed skirmishes but not necessarily on a massive scale. As Gwyn Dyer pointed out in his book "War", long-duration low-intensity attacks can tally up to substantial losses over long spans of time like 10-20+ years. In some cases, almost permanent war. The acquisitive side of war manifests itself in things done to avoid it like the paying of tribute or taxes or the giving of gifts or hostages or slaves or goods. It can appear as the right of passage through territory or across a river or over a mountain pass. It might seem like less than what a war victory might deliver but it would be quicker and cheaper than war and given the potential destruction of goods and people in a serious war, it's likely that there would be more wealth and property to apportion as well.So, if we see or pursue policies that impoverish our neighbours, we should also see that...
Byron Fry: there's theoretically no stopping the theft of my music
2011-05-24 23:44:00
Byron Fry  In my mind, once I put up a complete song ANYWHERE on the 'net, I've lost control over it, period. Thanks to piracy, there's theoretically no stopping the theft of my music until it reaches every human, right? So what I did with "Combustible" is make it a gimme album; I put it up on internet streaming radio stations like http://www.numberonemusic.com/b-yronfry/ where it gets played and gets the word out and I basically don't make money. Some internet stations pay royalties but they're miniscule. It's standard practice to make your tunes available to others as feeds (not as downloads) so they can share and help you get the word out about your project. What all this amounts to is chum in the water, and I haven't put anything from my next album ("Explosive") up other than as excerpt. When I release that album, it'll be to the mailing list I've collected through whoring out Combustible, and at least the first round will be paid purchases. After a year or two...
Identity Theft - Monitor Your Credit Report
2010-12-28 08:15:00
Credit Tip! Repair you own credit report. The recent security breach at credit card processor CardSystems Solutions has many consumers worried. Thanks to a well-placed computer virus, nearly forty million credit card numbers were stolen, and cardholders nationwide are justifiably concerned about identity theft. Should a thief steal your identity, he or she could ...
GRAND THEFT MARIO
2010-12-25 21:46:00
Viral video duo, Nathan Kitada and Aaron T. Umetani, of The Country Club, have fused together a mash-up of epic proportions! Utilizing a technique known as machinima, which entails using a video game engine to create scenes, the two have created a Grand Theft Auto meets The Mario Bros. movie trailer! And trust us, it's too clever not to enjoy!
How to Check Your Credit Report for Evidence of Identity Theft
2010-12-25 08:55:00
Credit Tip! Education loans are also sanctioned by colleges, universities, and other institutions based on your credit report. So, if your kids are planning to go to college and qualify in professional courses then their whole future will depend on your having a ?healthy credit report. How to Check Your Credit Report for Evidence of Identity ...
Part 1 of Identity Theft - 5 Identity Theft Myths Unveiled
2010-10-20 16:00:00
#1 You can?t protect yourself from identity theft. Some, not all Identity theft is preventable. There are many things people can do to minimize their risk, both online and offline. Shred anything that has names and account numbers or any other data that can be used to con someone else into divulging even more information. Keep ...
News: fight against online theft.
2010-09-23 18:19:00
Last June I sent an e-mail urging the music community to become more engaged in the fight against online theft.  The result -- over 16,000 e-mails imploring Congress to pass aggressive laws to combat piracy.It looks like Washington heard our call.  A bipartisan group of Senators has introduced legislation that would give the Justice Department an expedited process for cracking down on rogue websites that are dedicated to making unauthorized copies of music available to internet users around the world.  The Justice Department would target the most egregious pirate websites, go to a federal court with the evidence, and then seize the domain name.  Once a site has been seized, the Court would issue an order to intermediaries -- such as ISPs, payment processors, Internet registries and registrars, advertisers, etc. -- prohibiting them from doing business with such rogue sites. CNET called S. 3804, ?one of the most ambitious attempts yet from the U.S. government ...
Price To Pay For Social Networking – Identity Theft
2010-08-19 09:19:00
Social networking is a craze for everyone in the country. These days, when you meet someone new, usually the first question is, ” Are you on Facebook / Twitter?” (Orkut might be a part of the question only if your new acquaintances are unfamiliar with social networking faux pas) LinkedIn is another social networking website which may get a mention if the meeting is on a professional front. Some of us might deny it, but such websites have become an important part of our lives for the sole reason of networking; be it with friends, family, or people in your field of work. But what is the price we are paying for putting all our information on these websites? The answer to the question above is identity theft. The most recent victim was Nobel prize winning economist Amartya Sen. Mr. Sen is just one more in the long list of celebrities and high-profile individuals in India who have had to face identity theft on social networking websites. Another famous personality that comes...
By: WATblog
5 Ways To Avoid Theft While Traveling
2010-07-30 21:14:00
Traveling and safety should got hand in hand. Here are some tips to keep you safe. 1. Take care with what you pack. Find out more about where you are traveling and pack accordingly. Find out what type of baggage is best for your travel such as a body wallet vs. a purse, a backpack ...Travel Lady Cruises, always providing you with TLC!5 Ways To Avoid Theft While Traveling
Unionbank Philippines Theft Continues
2010-06-19 04:25:00
Unionbank Philippines Theft Continues
Google To Take On China On Censorship Issue – Reacts After Data Theft
2010-01-13 09:43:00
Google has posted an elaborate blog post on its official blog titled ‘A new approach to China‘. Most people know that Google had compromised its freedom of speech stand to enter the chinese markets in 2005. The blogosphere was abuzz with multiple proofs of Google’s double standards and censorship of search results when it came to the chinese markets. Google in china has been involved in several controversies over the last 3 years. So much so that there is a wikipedia page dedicated to Google’s troubles in china. But now it seems google has made up its mind to take on the Chinese government. Google elaborates in a blog post stating ‘ We have decided we are no longer willing to continue censoring our results on Google.cn, and so over the next few weeks we will be discussing with the Chinese government the basis on which we could operate an unfiltered search engine within the law, if at all. We recognize that this may well mean having to shut down Google....
By: WATblog
Identity Theft 2010 Top 10 Predictions
2009-12-16 21:35:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert The Identity Theft Resource Center® (ITRC) and Robert Siciliano (me) have joined forces to expand the pool of knowledge about identity theft issues. As nationally recognized experts in this crime, we have come up with the Top 10 predictions for what the nation might expect in the area of identity theft ...
Facebook Newest Portal for Social Media Identity Theft
2009-12-14 19:31:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert Imagine trying to log into your online accounts one after the other and being locked out. At first you think the site you are visiting screwed up but then it keeps happening over and over again no matter where you go. Then you start receiving messages from friends and family ...
Child Identity Theft Protection
2009-12-11 15:14:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert In a blog I guest contribute to called “NextAdvisor” they offer the following advice on child identity theft protection: The following post in our Reader Question series is an actual user submitted question. “Q: I found out that someone used my grandson?s Social Security number to get phone service. How can I stop ...
Baltimore mortgage broker charged with theft of proceeds from refinance
2009-12-10 23:10:00
On December 8, 2009, the Maryland Attorney General’s Office charged David Young Park, age 43, the former President of Capital City Financial Group in Ellicott City, with theft in Baltimore County Circuit Court. In June of 2007, Park was allegedly working as a mortgage broker and assisted the victim with the refinance of her home. The victim intended to use the more than $100,000 in equity to purchase a commercial condo for her business. Following settlement, Park allegedly obtained the victim’s proceeds from the title company without the victim’s knowledge, deposited them into his escrow account and spent the money on various personal and business expenses over the course of two weeks. Felony theft is punishable in Maryland by a maximum sentence of 15 years incarceration and a $25,000 fine. Originally referred by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation - Division of Financial Regulation, the investigation was conducted by the Attorney General&rsq...
SMB Monitoring of CC Transactions to Prevent Identity Theft
2009-12-10 17:56:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert Security professionals intuitively think proactively. Our job is to predict and prevent what the bad guy will do next. My job specifically is to instill this mindset into you, the consumer, SMB or large corporate enterprise. Bob Russo, General Manager and Rockstar of the PCI Security Standards Council reminds ...
Lack of Laptop Security Leads to Identity Theft
2009-12-09 13:21:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert In 2003, an estimated 1.5 million laptops were stolen worldwide. Today, that number has climbed to 2.6 million?a 70% increase in just a few years. That’s one stolen laptop every 12 seconds. Laptop computers have been involved in some of the biggest data breaches of all time. Recently 800,000 doctors were exposed to ...
5 Tips to Credit Card Identity Theft Prevention
2009-12-07 16:33:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert In a recent article in Computer World, Tom Patterson CSO of Magtek, with his Glamor Shot photo, provides ?5 counter-fraud tips you’ve never been told?. Anything a consumer can do to reduce their risk for account takeover, they should exercise. While in most cases the consumer isn?t responsible for the losses, ...
National Protect Your Identity Week Facilitates Identity Theft Protection a
2009-09-23 16:44:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert A recent National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) survey conducted by Harris Interactive(R) revealed that 45 percent of all U.S. adults, roughly 101 million people, would feel at most risk for identity theft when making a purchase with a credit card that requires the card to be temporarily taken out of ...
The Scourge of Medical Identity Theft
2009-09-22 17:11:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert Medical identity theft can make you sick. When I was asked by the reporter on the CBS Early Show, “If medical identity theft happens to you”…and I eloquently responded “You’re screwed”, and amazingly it made the edits to air. Because in sum, it’s true. Medical identity theft occurs when someone uses a ...
Hey, thanks for the identity theft, Verizon Wireless
2009-09-22 02:06:00
So, today, I get this email from Verizon Wireless about their privacy policies for their wireless customers. At first I thought the email was spam because I haven not been a Verizon Wireless customer for OVER 2 years. I imagine my shock when I see my old Vermont cell phone number on the email. A phone ...
Carders, Dumps, and Identity Theft
2009-09-18 14:35:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert Albert Gonzalez and his gang of criminal hackers, were responsible for data breaches in retailers and payment processors with some estimates saying they breached over 230 million records combined. Gonzalez, considered a proficient criminal hacker, provided ?Dumps? which is credit card data he stole from the breaches and supported the supply of ...
Couples Online Bank Account Hacked Leads to Identity Theft
2009-09-12 16:30:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert Why hack your online bank? Because that?s where the money is! FINEXTRA reports A US couple who had thousands of dollars stolen from their online account have been given the go-ahead by a court to sue their bank for failing to provide adequate security. In 2007 the couple fell victim to an ...
Cybersquatting Leads to Identity Theft
2009-09-10 15:59:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft ExpertEver click on a link from an email or while surfing and something just wasn?t right? The domain name in the address bar looked like a letter or two off? A misspell? Maybe it had a number tossed in there for good measure? This is either cybersqautting or typosquatting and it?s ...
How To Prevent Card-Skimming Identity Theft
2009-09-08 15:55:00
Identity Theft Expert Robert Siciliano The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) provides a framework and in-depth guidelines on how merchants securely store and transmit payment card account data to keep it out of the hands of criminals. Non-compliance with the standards can result in fines of up to $500,000 issued by credit card associations such ...
Credit Card Identity Theft Fears Loom
2009-09-03 21:30:00
Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert Creditcards.com reports Credit and debit card fraud is the No. 1 fear of Americans in the midst of the global financial crisis, according to a report by Unisys, an information technology company. Concern about fraud supersedes that of terrorism, computer and health viruses and personal safety. According to research 66 ...
PA attorney accused of theft of proceeds from sale of a home
2009-09-03 19:44:00
Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett announced that agents from the Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation have filed charges against a former Harrisburg attorney accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the estates and accounts of senior citizens. Corbett identified the defendant as William Trickett Smith, (left) 72, 419 Susan Road, Harrisburg Corbett said that Smith allegedly diverted money from the sale of a 90-year old Harrisburg woman’s home.  The proceeds from that $80,000 sale were intended to support the woman’s medical care at a nursing home, but instead were allegedly used by Smith to pay his own personal expenses. Additionally, Smith is accused of using false information and untrue statements to sell $5,000 in stock to a 73-year old Harrisburg woman.  The stock was for a business created by Smith and Kindrachuk and marketed using exaggerated or untrue investment materials. Smith also allegedly withdrew approximately $12,...
Another Identity Theft Ring Busted
2009-09-02 14:14:00
Identity Theft Expert Robert Siciliano The Feds are getting better at busting criminals every day. Seventeen criminals, many from Eastern Europe, some who operated under tag-names ?the Viver,? ?Inexwor? and ?DoZ? pilfered more than 95,000 stolen credit card numbers and $4 million worth of fraudulent transactions. The NY Times reports the men were involved in a vast ...
Identity Theft Protection
2009-08-25 08:55:00
In this information era, crime is also growing. A kind of crime that doesn?t happen at the old time is identity theft. Did you know that over nine million people per year become victim of this kind of crime? Those victims could loose loans, credit card usage and even credibility. It is a must for you ...
Anti-theft light blinking
2009-08-22 02:08:00
I have a 1997 Chevy Cavalier and the anrti-theft light bliks every now and then. When it does, I can't start the car. any suggestions?
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