Shelter-in-place and social distancing mean your new commute consists of shuffling to your home office or dining room table, favorite mug in hand, bathrobe secured tight around you. It seems COVID-19 has introduced millions of people to remote work almost overnight. It also created prime targets for cybercriminals.
Anyone Can Be a Victim of Identity Theft: How to Protect Yourself If Your Identity Has Been Breached
David Rice, COO of DiamondIT, is technically sophisticated and knows how to protect his personal and professional data.
But not long ago, David found that he had become a victim of identity theft.
Here is the rub. People do not always have control over their personal data.
Every year in October, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) promotes National Cybersecurity Awareness Month – a time when organizations are asked to take stock of the state of their network security. However, as we head into the holiday season, with Cyber Monday and other online sales and promotions abound – cybersecurity for both businesses and consumers is an issue everyone should pay attention to year-round.