The Ideal Criminal Target: No One is Immune

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Now more than ever, it is important to better protect employee identities and those of their families. Fraudsters are taking advantage of increasing digital dependence to steal personal and financial information— victimizing 42 million U.S. consumers in 2021 for $52 billion in identity fraud losses. Additionally, once a victim’s information has been exposed, identity fraud may not be a one-and-done situation. But there are practices and tools employers can use to help their employees stem the tide and stay alert. 

Read this whitepaper from Javelin Strategy & Research and Equifax to learn more about:
  • Rising trends in traditional fraud
  • How the impact of identity fraud spans across income, education, and generation. 
  • Top tools like education, credit safeguards, and access to identity protection services that can help employers assist their employees to better combat identity fraud.