Ronald J. Leach's lectures on identity theft have been attended by more than 1,200 people. Many more have heard him on closed-circuit television. In addition to being an expert on identity theft, he spent twenty-five years as a computer science professor, making him well-qualified to create this book.
Do you know how to protect your vital information when using computers for banking, credit cards, and everyday purchases? What about email, web surfing, texting, and social networking? This easy-to-understand, guide, intended for the general, non-specialist reader, is based on the author's experiences as a long-term identity theft lecturer and computer scientist. It will help you identify the tell-tale signs of insecure transmission of your data, the most common security weaknesses of software, and the dangerous practice of “Pameiob.”