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USB Drives Easily Store Information and are Easily Stolen

It’s Amazing How Much a USB Drive Can Hold…Until it is Stolen (And Then It’s Just Scary). Instances of information being lost or stolen while companies were using USB drives. How do you keep your USB just for your use?

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LoJackForLaptops: The Low Down on LoJack

I have heard of Lo Jack for my dog, it is an implant that helps to locate him if lost or stolen. I’ve heard of LoJack for my car, which helps locate my car when it is stolen. But what about Lo Jack for my computer (A.K.A. LoJack for Laptops)? Will it protect my laptop and me?

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Former Identity Thief Made 6 MILLION Dollars From Other People’s Names

Here’s an identity thief who made 6 MILLION DOLLARS at the expense of other people.
Did he use your credit card?
What’s worse to think about is whether or not he sold your name to be used by the criminal underworld.
In this 1 hour interview, a former identity thief exposes the secrets he used to use.
He stole people’s identities through hacking, phishing, and real-world scheming, and lived a very good life doing so.
So why is he sharing this information with me?
He says that hacking and identity theft is “too easy” and he needs “more of a challenge”, and fixing identity theft is much more challenging than creating problems for people.

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Southern California Students Lose Information to Identity Theft

The daily Trojan, which is the Student Newspaper for the University of Southern California, today is reporting that the Los Angeles Police Department is investigating 16 USC Identity Theft crimes.
What’s interesting is that between August 4th and September 5th, someone used student, faculty, and staff account, to make unauthorized ATM Withdrawls, purchase things fraudulently on the Internet, and open unauthorized credit card accounts. Peter Tom, the vice president of member services for the USC Credit Union, says that he didn’t know about the LAPD investigation, and doesn’t really know why this could be taking place.

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