*Using your identity, perpetrators can open new financial accounts, apply for loans, access your medical records, receive medical care, drugs, can rent apartments, file fraudulent tax returns, obtain welfare, unemployment, social security benefits, get a driver’s license, and commit crimes, all in your name.
Who benefits from Risk Awareness Training™?
“I hated remembering passwords, and don’t trust any digital password tools. Now I use the undo identity theft password system, and easily remember dozens of complex cryptic passwords.” – DS Elgin
“With data breaches occurring daily, and reports showing employees as the weakest link in security, this awareness and behavioral training is essential to insure our survival in the marketplace.” – WP Chicago
“Just did our annual review with our estate planning law firm, and digital assets never came up. We’ll be going back to them with these tools to have our virtual estate added to our estate plan.” – S&D Chicago
“The class on identity theft was one of the most eye opening experiences. I have changed my behavior to protect my identity, virtual assets and online presence. Great class - loved it!” – DH Schaumburg
“Employees don’t always comply with security policies. This training teaches personal risk and impact first, then risk and impact at work, reinforcing that their livelihoods are at stake.” – GL Barrington
“I thought, ‘banks take care of this’ and ‘I don’t have anything worth stealing.’ Not true – thieves can use my info, create an identity, open accounts, and when they fail to pay…it lands back on me!” – KS Elgin
“We prepare unemployed job seekers for a competitive market. Providing personal security awareness training, adds a unique and highly useful skillset for small business employers.” – BCS Arlington Heights
“This course broadened my knowledge significantly on identify theft. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in protecting your identity. It is a course well worth your time.” – DL Palatine
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