Reducing your Information Footprint

Date Posted: Monday, May 14, 2018

Your information footprint is how much information about you is recorded and available in both digital and paper formats. While we may use a few key digital devices and services on a regular basis, they often contain more information about us than is necessary. It's also likely that devices and services we don't use anymore may still contain information. You might have that pile of paper you've been meaning to shred for a while, making this an opportune time to spring clean your information footprint. By spending a little bit of time and effort, you can better secure your information to safeguard against various forms of identity theft.

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