Spring Cleaning Means It’s Time To Change Your Passwords

3 April 2016

With its warmer days finally forcing winter into submission, spring has long been associated with new beginnings. Grass stretches its roots, pushing through recently thawed soil while fresh buds peek out from branches suddenly full of birds. We, too, have adopted nature’s cyclical pattern, taking a cue from snow’s retreat to dust off our patio Read More…

5 Things to Avoid When Online

3 April 2016

In its early days, the World Wide Web was used primarily to share data between research labs. Then, as it became more user-friendly, basic news and email services reigned supreme. Now, embedded firmly in the daily lives of almost every Canadian, it provides countless services from music and TV streaming to grocery shopping and personal Read More…

If You’re a Victim of Identity Theft, Follow These 4 Steps for Recovery

27 March 2016

Becoming a victim of identity theft often leaves people feeling vulnerable, overwhelmed and worried about their financial future. These emotions can be gripping, making it difficult to think clearly and establish a plan of action to take back your peace of mind. At Identity Guard, we’re here to help. If your identity has been compromised, Read More…

Cybercrime: Where Does Canada Stand?

21 March 2016

Identity theft is no longer the physical process it once was. Just as our bank statements and pay stubs have turned from paper to data and now arrive in our inboxes rather than our mailboxes, identity theft has also become a largely virtual occurrence. While burglars still snoop around empty homes or unattended trash bins Read More…

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