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  • Exploring today's top security concerns

    30.09.2014

    Security related topics are often front and center in the 24-hour news cycle, but what concerns Americans the most? According to a new national survey from University of Phoenix College of Criminal Justice and Security, identity theft (70 percent) and personal cybersecurity (61 percent) are the security issues of greatest concern.

  • Most people still unconcerned about privacy threats

    11.09.2014

    While cyber thieves continue to breach major corporations such as JP Morgan and, just last week, the Salvation Army and Home Depot, Americans still seem to be unconcerned about the growing cyber crisis, according to idRADAR.

  • Identity theft vendor sentenced to 100 months in prison

    25.08.2014

    A northern California man who served as an information and document vendor in the identity theft and credit card fraud ring known as Carder.su was sentenced yesterday to serve 100 months in federal prison.

  • 163k individuals affected in Butler Uni data breach

    30.06.2014

    Personal and financial information of some 163,000 students, alumni, faculty, staff, and past applicants of Indianapolis-based Butler University have been stolen following a hack of the university's computer network.

  • Identity theft consequences and tips to stay secure

    19.06.2014

    In this interview, Tom Feige, CEO of idRADAR, shares alarming identity theft stories, explains the consequences of getting your identity stolen, offers advice to organizations that want to prevent their employees from becoming victims of identity theft, and more.




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