As of this writing in early March 2021, COVID19 vaccine deployments have given society a proverbial “shot in the arm”, granting a tantalizing view of life in the after-days. Given demonstrated vaccine efficacy, the US and the world at large are slowly grinding toward a return to coveted “normalcy” -- we just need to remember that there was much bad along with good prior to entering the Coronavirus cloud.
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Many states are changing driver's license and identification card designs in next two years - which will make it a struggle to recognize fake ID's
Updated: February 15, 2018
The implementation of Real ID regulations means that starting October 10, 2018, you may not be able to use your state-issued identification (i.e., your driver's license or identification card) to get on an airplane - even if you're travelling domestically.
Earlier this month, an absolute bombshell announcement was made by Equifax – one of the three major credit scoring bureaus in the United States.
“We identified a cybersecurity incident potentially impacting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. Criminals exploited a U.S. website application vulnerability to gain access to certain files. ”
Retailers are on course to lose more than $70 billion globally to remote “card-not present” (CNP) fraud over the next five years. Despite this fact, retail managers of both large and small operations are under the financially fatal impression that fraud prevention is too costly.