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18 Blogs with Techniques for Preventing Identity Theft

Our concern for privacy and information security aims to cover most of our daily life areas from IT, Social Networking Services, Online Commerce, to children or why not nannies.

For this reason, E-Crime Expert is glad to have NannyWebsites.com as a guest today.  NannyWebsites.com is the most comprehensive guide for nannies seeking advice, support and information. It helps gaining resource for nannies, nanny employers and those interested in in-home childcare on the web. You can check out their website here.

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“Identity theft has become an increasing problem as our world shifts to being more online and mobile.  Many people feel like there is no way to keep their information safe should someone want to steal it.  Is this the case, or are there things that you can do to make your information harder to steal?  These 18 blog entries touch on what you can do to protect your identity online, at work and when you are out and about living your life.  The press is doing an admirable job of bringing scams to light so that the public can be better informed and thus better able to protect sensitive information.  To learn what you need to know to keep your personal information safe, keep reading.

Online

With more and more people shopping and banking online, keeping your information safe from thieves becomes both more important and more difficult.  Avoid common or easy to guess passwords, as many times you are making the thief’s job easier.  For more online safety tips, take a look at these six blog posts.

At Work

While your employer likely has their own security measures in place, you still need to make sure that you are keeping your personal information safe from hackers or other co-workers.  When you go to a meeting make sure that your desk and computer are locked.  Don’t get your personal e-mail on your work computer, as that information can stay in that computer, even if you delete it.  To learn more important safeguards, read these six blog articles.

Out and About

If you pay for your gas and other snacks with a credit card that you can tap and go, you may want to stop using it.  While it’s a convenient way to pay for things, it’s also an easy way for a thief to pick up the credit card number at the same time.  When you are out for dinner and you pay the bill by sending your credit card with the waiter, you may want to keep an eye on him.  Specialized equipment designed to steal credit card numbers in a hurry have been found in various restaurants.  Check out these six blog articles and learn more about identity theft scams going on today and how to avoid becoming a victim.

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