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Identity Theft Prevention

A thief reaching for a dropped wallet. A thief reaching for a dropped wallet.

Protecting your personal and financial information is the best way to prevent identity theft.

But there's more to it than just keeping track of your credit cards or leaving your Social Security Card at home. Today, your identity can be stolen without access to physical documents. So it's more important than ever to protect your digital information and to proactively monitor your accounts.

This assessment is intended to help you spot potential vulnerabilities in how you manage and monitor your data. After answering the questions below, you'll get personalized feedback with steps you can take today.

Step 1: How often you engage in each of the following behaviors?

If an item doesn't apply to you, select "Usually or N/A."

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