Digital age has provided us lots of ways to access the world information from anywhere. Today with the help of internet services we can communicate with anyone from anywhere but it has a dark face too. Your private information is being shared on networks and internet services can access your private data
anytime. Who does require your private data? Most of the online services use your data in order to utilize their services and this is where you give up all your data to an unidentified personality who is sitting behind that web platform and probably sharing your privacy to wrong people
or marketers. However, not all the online services do these kinds of data or privacy sharing kinds of things.
Have you ever left your wallet and cell phone at some place unknowingly? Well, it happens with so many folks frequently that they find themselves in this lost and found condition. The same thing is true for our passwords which we save in our email accounts draft folders. If someone hacked your email account one day and you found out that the login ids and passwords you use to access your accounts and information on other websites have been changed then what will be your next step? I guess you will send emails to that internet services or probably lodge complaints, but it won’t prove helpful or maybe it can help you out but not at the time of data loss and probably after this you won’t be able to access your all data.
So what you should do in order to guard yourself against being the prey of identity theft? Have a look at this infographic created by, Ecogreen IT Recycling, that revolves around identity theft.