We’re thrilled to announce that AllClear ID is nominated for a People’s Choice Stevie Award for Favorite Customer Service! We work hard every day to ensure that we deliver authentic and helpful customer service to all of our customers, and are honored to be nominated for this award.
Jackie here. Have you filed your taxes yet? Once you do, don’t be surprised if your state refund takes a bit longer than usual to arrive. Tax identity theft is causing some states to delay refunds. To combat the growing threat, some states are taking more time to verify your identity before sending your refund. […]
Jean here from the AllClear ID HR team. As any company continues to grow at a rapid rate, preserving the company culture becomes increasingly important in maintaining a work environment that fosters a happy, productive team and attracting the very best talent. That said, we proudly announce that we’ve been listed on the “The Austin […]
Jackie here. There has been a recent surge in health and wellness programs sponsored by employers, and this means companies are collecting more personal health data about their employees. Let’s take a look at some of the privacy implications. What Are Corporate Wellness Programs? Coming soon to a workplace near you are corporate or employer […]
Jackie here. Plain and simple, smart devices are vulnerable to hacking. Many people, however, don’t think of cars as smart devices, but they are becoming increasingly automated and connected to other devices and systems. Here’s what you need to know when you get behind the wheel of your connected car. Are Cars Hackable? Are cars […]
Jackie here. Is your home smart? I spotted an alarming article on Yahoo about the potential vulnerabilities in smart homes. A majority of smart devices are hackable (one study found 7 out of 10 devices had some sort of vulnerability). While the threat isn’t big for now, it is likely that as smart homes – […]
Allison here with AllClear ID. As defined by the Department of Justice, identity theft includes, “crimes in which someone wrongfully obtains and uses another person’s personal data in some way that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain.” Using this definition, online impersonation can technically be considered identity theft, but is there more to […]
Vanessa here, with AllClear ID. “Smart Cards,” credit cards embedded with RFID chips, are getting more attention as more banks issue them to their customers. What is RFID – and why is it in my credit card? An RFID (radio-frequency identification) credit card has a radio frequency microprocessor inside it that contains your card information. […]