Infographic: Protecting your data from physical theft
Friday, January 24, 2020
We all know by now to cover our PINs at the gas pump because of card skimmers, but did you know that using public USB chargers is even more risky? Criminals can load malware onto USB charging stations and cables left in public places — locking your device or sending data and passwords to the scammer.
Furthermore, a single stolen credit or debit card number sells for $5 on the dark web — add bank account info and the values triple. In 2018, credit and debit card fraud resulted in losses of nearly $28 billion. This infographic outlines the physical threats to information security.
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