Quote of the Day - YOU must discover your identity; then only can you have peace.
Indiana is just now catching up to
While servers and networks are one place hackers get the data, recently cell phones and laptops have been the target of criminals who want consumer identity data such as credit card numbers, pass codes needed for use of personal accounts, Social Security numbers or driver's license numbers. MIPTC recently pointed out an easy way to protect these devices. Not everyone has the picture, though. The Energy Department got hacked, and 1,.500 names and social security numbers were stolen (subscription required) from the nuclear regulatory agency.
Itís a felony to steal consumer information here, but according to the Attorney Generalís website, statistics show that out of 100,000