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Protecting Your Credit After a Data Breach

Dennis Delaney

9/14/2017

Data breaches have become a part of modern life but the recent Equifax breach is different because it involved theft of entire credit files of 144 million Americans. Bearing that in mind, we are recommending that our clients check the website Equifax has set up—www.equifaxsecurity2017.com—to see if they have been affected and get a free credit report by visiting www.annualcreditreport.com.

If something looks off, we recommend that you take the following steps…

To read the full advisory, please click here:
Protecting Your Credit After a Data Breach

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