Being hacked and having your identity stolen is more than a violation of your privacy

Next-generation privacy & data protection

For people who bank, shop and share information by mobile device or computer

 

PROTECTION FOR YOUR

A Pandemic Problem...Keyloggers

Without your knowledge, cyber criminals can infect your devices with keylogger malware when you check your email, surf the web, visit social media sites, watch YouTube videos or even when you download apps, music files and legitimate software. A keylogger can steal what you type on your desktop, laptop or mobile device.  Just think about that for a moment…your username and password to your bank accounts, social security numbers, dates-of-birth, emails, text messages…EVERYTHING!

You Are at Risk if You Use Public Wi-Fi

You've connected your entire life to the internet. Unfortunately, accessing Public, Open & Unsecured Wi-Fi puts you at great risk of cybercriminals hacking your devices and stealing your information.

Take Back Control of Protecting Your Identity

Consumers mistakenly put too much trust in the companies they do business with and assume those companies will protect and keep personal information secure. Just look at the many recent data breaches e.g. Capital One, Equifax and Marriott. It's unfortunate, but you’re not always in control of your own data.

Being hacked and having your identity stolen is more than a violation of your privacy…it feels like your whole life’s been stolen.

  • Online Banking

    Each time you login to bank online, hackers can steal your usernames, passwords and account details.

  • Credit Card Info

    As you shop online, even a secure browser can’t protect your credit card information from keyloggers.

  • Personal Security

    Whenever you type your Social Security number or other personally identifying information (PII), you’re exposed to identity theft.

  • Personal Health Info

    Your personal health information is extremely valuable to hackers, who will sell it to the highest bidder.

  • Email & Word Processing

    Using a keylogger malware, cyber criminals can steal everything you type in emails and documents.

Lock-down your desktop, laptop and mobile devices.  Privacy and data protection with Secure CyberID’s Anti-Keylogger Keystroke Encryption Technology