The other night I got an email from the vampire-like health insurance company Anthem telling me that (in exchange for the large amount of money I pay them every month) they were hacked and tens of millions of people’s records were ransacked.
Every aspect and level of vampire Anthem was compromised: Anthem Blue Cross, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Georgia, Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Amerigroup, Caremore, Unicare, Healthlink, and DeCare….
Names, birth dates, social security numbers, addresses, member IDs….
What do you do to keep your identity safe? Do you use strong passwords? Do you change your passwords? How often?
I am looking for new strategies for handling passwords and I bet there are some pretty well-informed readers out there.
You might check the page that vampire Anthem set up. HERE
Also, for a while now I have used the service LifeLock. I have an affiliate program with Lifelock. If you are thinking about using it, click below.
The link will remain on my sidebar.
I would hate to hear that any of you have a problem with this. We all have to be vigilant. Semper parati.
So, what is your SOP to handle your online identity?