The weakest link in the chain are your clients.
"Robert Siciliano" is an American security analyst, author and media personality. He delivers presentations throughout the United States and Canada on identity theft protection and personal security, including self-defense.
Siciliano has appeared on United States-based television programming such as "Today (NBC program)/The Today Show," "Anderson Cooper 360°", CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, CNBC, "Inside Edition," "Tyra Banks Show," "Sally Jesse Show," "Montel Williams," "Maury Povich Show," "Gayle King Show" and the "Howard Stern Show." In addition, he has been quoted extensively in American news print publications such as USA Today, Forbes, Cosmopolitan (magazine)/Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, and Entrepreneur. News wire services such as The Associated Press, United Press International, and Reuters have provided coverage on his views.More Robert Siciliano on Wikipedia.
It is vital that consumers take the initiative to protect their identity. Something as simple as shredding your unneeded personal documents, instead of throwing them in the garbage, can truly make a difference in protecting yourself from identity theft.
Privacy is an illusion. Privacy doesn't exist, and it hasn't existed for quite a long time.
What is a solution today might not be a solution tomorrow, but you need to start paying close attention to it.
I don't think that you should have to wait until after your identity has been compromised to do something.
There is a serious disconnect between the issue at hand and the banking industry. I don't think they realize just how much the consumer needs to be informed.
I guarantee you at one point in your life, you have given up all of your privacy for 10 percent off at a shoe store, or hardware store or to get a credit card for some type of purchase. You have given up your name, your address, your phone number and your Social Security number for 10 percent off.