The Realities of Identity Theft Resolution

Publisher: Generali Global Assistance

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The Realities of Identity Theft Resolution

Identity theft can be stressful, scary, and costly. Outside of the immediate emotional, physical, and financial ramifications, there’s something even more unsettling – the impacts of identity theft can last a lifetime. The gateways to identity theft are many – data breaches, hacked cell phones, dumpster-diving fraudsters... the list goes on – but the goal of perpetrators is universal: to use compromised data for personal gain. The type and sensitivity of the information compromised largely dictates the severity of the victims’ risk. As a general rule of thumb, the more sensitive the data exposed, the greater the impact. Generali Global Assistance (GGA) explores three common theft scenarios – some of which your employees may have likely already experienced.