There was a victim of identity theft every 2 seconds in 2017.1 
And identity theft affected nearly 15 million Americans in 2017.1

You can miss certain identity threats by just monitoring your credit or bank statements. Identity thieves can sell your personal information on the dark web or change your address without authorization. LifeLock sees more. Their proprietary technology detects a wide range of identity threats and if there’s a problem, a dedicated, U.S.-based Identity Restoration Specialist will personally handle your case from start to finish and help fix it. It’s all backed by a Million Dollar Protection™ Package†††, to help you keep what’s yours, yours. 

So, enjoy peace of mind with comprehensive identity theft protection from LifeLock. 

No one can prevent all identity theft.
** Important Pricing & Subscription Details:
• Credit card required at enrollment. At the end of the free trial period, if you do not cancel, your recurring membership will begin and your payment method will be billed automatically for the applicable monthly or annual membership you elected.
• The price quoted today may include an introductory offer. After that, your membership will automatically renew and be billed at the applicable monthly or annual renewal price found here. The price is subject to change, but we will always notify you in advance. This offer not combinable with other offers.
• The credit reports, scores, and credit monitoring features may require an additional verification process and credit services will be withheld until such process is complete.
• You can cancel your membership here, or by contacting Member Services at: 844-488- 4540. If you are an annual member and request a refund within 60-days after being billed, you are entitled to a complete refund. Otherwise, you are eligible for a pro-rated refund on any unused months through the end of your term. For more details, please visit the LifeLock Refund Policy.

† LifeLock does not monitor all transactions at all businesses.

††† Reimbursement and Expense Compensation, each with limits of up to $25,000 for Standard, up to $100,000 for Advantage and up to $1 million for Ultimate Plus. And up to $1 million for coverage for lawyers and experts if needed, for all plans. Benefits provided by Master Policy issued by United Specialty Insurance Company (State National Insurance Company, Inc. for NY State members). Policy terms, conditions and exclusions at: LifeLock.com/legal.

1 - Based on an online survey of 5,389 U.S. adults conducted for Symantec by The Harris Poll, January 2018.

 

  


LifeLock Million Dollar Protection™ Package †††

Personal Expense Compensation
We will cover you for personal expenses incurred as a result of identity theft, up to the limits of your plan.

Reimbursement of Stolen Funds

If your money is stolen due to ID theft, we will reimburse up to the amount provided by your plan.

Coverage for Lawyers and Experts

If you become a victim of identity theft while a LifeLock member, we will provide the necessary lawyers and experts if needed to help resolve your case.

LifeLock Benefits

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††† Reimbursement and Expense Compensation, each with limits of up to $25,000 for Standard, up to $100,000 for Advantage and up to $1 million for Ultimate Plus. And up to $1 million for coverage for lawyers and experts if needed, for all plans. Benefits provided by Master Policy issued by United Specialty Insurance Company (State National Insurance Company, Inc. for NY State members). Policy terms, conditions and exclusions at: LifeLock.com/legal.

 

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Identity Theft Protection

Why you need LifeLock after a data breach.


Putting a freeze on your credit may not be enough.

Identity theft goes beyond just credit fraud. ID thieves can open new accounts, sell your info on the dark web, drain your accounts and more.

Over half of consumers have experienced a data breach.*

There was a victim of identity theft every 2 seconds in 2017*. If an identity theft problem arises down the line, LifeLock is here to help.

Identity theft can happen for years to come.

Long after a data breach, criminals can still use your personal info to open accounts, file tax returns, make purchases in your name and more.

 

* Based on an online survey of 5,389 U.S. adults conducted for Symantec by The Harris Poll, January 2018.

 

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For travelers, there are things to be aware of whether you're at the airport or using public Wi-Fi at your hotel. Identity thieves and hackers have all sorts of ways to steal sensitive personal information—information that could be used to steal your identity.

For instance, your boarding pass. Before you consider throwing it away in a public trash can or even posting a picture of it on social media, consider how it could be used to steal your identity. A boarding pass can provide a person’s full name, phone number, address, records of past and future trips, and even a frequent flier account number.

All of this is a reminder of how many ways one's identity can be vulnerable while traveling. Consider these tips to help protect your identity when away from home:

Refrain from posting details or photos of your trip online until after you're home. +

These days, with the ease of smartphones, it's all too tempting to "check in" online and instantly post photos to social media, all while in a taxi or waiting in line at the airport. But doing so only broadcasts to the world that you’re not home, thus your house may be an easy target for burglars.    
Airports are crowded places, and getting bumped into and jostled around is expected. It's all too easy for someone to “accidentally” bump into you and, at the same time, lift your wallet with your driver’s license, boarding pass, and maybe even your smartphone out of your pocket.    
This is important all the time — but more so when you're traveling, taking your smartphone, tablet, and laptop with you. Use strong passcodes or other built-in security measures, for all of your devices, and make sure you have strong and unique passwords for each of your online accounts and apps. Also, turn on any “find device” functionality that may help you locate a lost phone, tablet or computer. That same feature may also allow you to erase the data on the device if it’s gone for good.    
Keep different types of money in different places while traveling. Most of us use a wallet that holds not only our cash, but also all our credit cards and our ID. If you lose your wallet, you've lost everything, all at once. Instead, keep your cash in one place, and your credit cards in a different place, or at least set one emergency card aside. If you are traveling with both a driver's license and passport, store them in different places, as well. And remember, there's no need to take everything you own with you. If you have multiple credit cards, consider picking one or two to take with you, and leave the others in a safe place at home.
When using public Wi-Fi, whether around town or when traveling, it's best to install and use a virtual private network, or VPN. This will encrypt your online activity, making it more difficult for criminals to “eavesdrop” on what you’re doing. Your best bet may be to leave banking and online shopping for later when you are absolutely certain you’re on a secure Wi-Fi network.