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Infographic: Identity Protection at Home (1 of 4)

When your home is your castle, it’s not just space for resting and entertaining, it’s also likely a place where you keep important documents. If your nest includes a home office, make sure you dispose of outdated information through secure methods to avoid having your discarded data fall into the wrong hands.

Alternatively, for the items you do hold for the long term, see how you can enhance their security whether they’re digital or hard copies. Next time you organize your home office – or even when you next sort the mail – see where you can beef up your information security practices and keep your data as safe as it should be all the time.

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