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AllClear ID is thrilled to announce we were recognized as a “Leader” in The Forrester Wave™: Customer Data Breach Notification And Response Services, Q4 2017 report by Forrester Research, Inc. AllClear ID is one of two Leaders recognized in the report. About the Forrester Wave Forrester Research, Inc. determines the ranking based on 18 […]
By: Marissa Rodriguez In business, we communicate heavily with our customers via email. As many of you may already know, a law called CAN-SPAM set parameters 14 years ago for how businesses can send promotional or advertising messages. Recently, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has opted to review this act. They will audit its effectiveness, […]
It’s tax season once again, which means fraudsters are ramping up their efforts to dupe businesses into handing over the personal information of their employees via W-2 phishing scams. Around this time, fraudsters are known to use the phishing method to scam payroll and HR professionals who manage W-2 tax forms. Since the IRS is […]
Just a brief public service announcement for employers: January 31, 2017 (today) is the deadline to file W-2s for calendar year 2016 with the IRS, and to provide them to your employees. Despite this fact, W-2 phishing scams will continue to surge for another 6 weeks or so if last spring is any indication. Watch […]
Scammers are creative when it comes to exploiting their victims. This short post by the Internet Storm Center clearly explains a common scam used to trick real estate agents. The scammer poses as a potential buyer, then sends what appears to be a “mortgage pre-approval letter.” The “letter” may instead be a link that asks […]
Email is a common target for malicious hackers. Two of the more common techniques they use to compromise email are business email compromise and malicious document attachments. Business Email Compromise The FBI describes Business Email Compromise, or BEC, as a financially-motivated and often sophisticated scam carried out by organized crime organizations. The technique involves impersonating […]