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The financial services industry is a top target for scammers

Although the number of consumers affected by identity fraud has declined, hackers are targeting retirement and loan accounts more frequently, according to the 2019 Identity Fraud Study from Javelin Strategy & Research.  Data breaches have become common in recent years providing scammers with credit card information and billing addresses, but that information may not be used for months or even years.  Since most people do not check their retirement accounts as often as they check their financial accounts and retail sites, retirement accounts can be a cybercriminal’s dream.  The attached article reviews what you should do to keep your retirement accounts safe from cybercriminals. Read article here…

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