Consumers could soon be able to place a security freeze on their credit reports for free in legislation awaiting Gov. Beverly Perdue’s signature. The Senate gave final legislative approval Thursday to expand the state’s 2005 anti-identity theft protection law.
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Security freezes could be free in NC bill
New research has found that one in five online consumers in the US have been victims of cybercrime in the last two years.
One in five victims of cybercrime
In order to retain customer confidence and also enable active participation by enterprises, social networking sites will need to ensure more robust features such as password reset protection, cross-scripting, virus hosting, etc.
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Hackers’ Gateway to Identity Theft