Data Breach Protection

Learn more about steps you can take to reduce the impact of a potential data breach.

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Signs of a Data Breach

As we complete more transactions online, from banking to shopping, the need to protect your data increases. By putting safeguards in place, you’re in a better position to keep fraudsters from getting access to your personal information.

Sometimes it may take some time before you realize your personal information has been included in a data breach. Knowing the warning signs of identity theft can help you defend yourself from fraud, including:

  • Suspicious activity on your credit report including new accounts opened or changes to your personal information
  • Changes to account details and contact information
  • Unfamiliar charges on your credit cards
  • Sudden mail for services you didn’t receive
  • Increase in spam messages or phishing attempts

Actions to Take

You can take steps to defend and protect your data now, which can help lessen the impact of a data breach in the future.

What You Need to Know:

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