Why do I help my clients with identity exposure?
Your information is already out there. You are already exposed!
When I became aware that identity exposure, theft, and fraud impacts every area of a person's life, I naturally felt compelled to help my clients manage this risk.
In today's age our information defines us. Just think about your lifestyle. You share pieces of your information for nearly every social or business interaction. For example, have you ever completed a form, been employed, attended school, filed your taxes, gone to the doctor, bought something, used social media?
Activities such as these require the exchange of small but critical pieces of information that make up your identity. In different combinations these identifiers define who you are to people and organizations around the globe. Think of them as a set of keys that can lock or unlock the world around you.
When your information “falls into the wrong hands” a thief literally has access (your keys) to everything that you do. The thief becomes a clone of you. Believe it or not, this imposter now has your access to financial, medical, employment, business and government services. They take all of the benefits of your good name and leave you with all of the liability.