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Articles tagged #DataBreachProtection

  1. Quest Diagnostics Data Breach — What to Do if You’re Affected

    Quest Diagnostics Data Breach — What to Do if You’re Affected

    If you’ve kept up with the news, you know that major data breaches seem to happen every few months, or at least a few times per year. Remember the huge Equifax data breach of 2017? That one released the sensitive personal details of over 143 million Americans, putting many people and their finances in jeopardy as a result.

  2. Protect Yourself in the Wake of the Marriott Data Breach

    Protect Yourself in the Wake of the Marriott Data Breach

    At this point in our society, the number and regularity of data breaches mean it’s safe to assume most of us have been the victim of some type of data theft. But, no matter how common data theft may be these days, the associated risks are not to be taken lightly.


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