Identity theft sometimes begins thousands of miles away when hackers in Eastern Europe or Asia penetrate an American corporation’s under-protected servers, stealing millions of account records. Later, the hackers will sell the names, addresses, birth dates, Social Security numbers, bank account and credit card information on the Internet.
If you’ve been involved in a data breach, suddenly even those faraway attacks can hit close to home, and millions of people have already chosen to enroll in identity theft protection services.
We’ve researched the top-rated services, including LifeLock and IdentityTruth, and compared their products, strategies and prices. Your security begins here and now—with information.