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The insecurity of our financial information should give everyone the heebie-jeebies.
Even if your information hasn’t been compromised, you should still enroll in the monitoring service.
The free monitoring service is worth signing up for, but it won’t fully protect you from fraudsters.
Cybersecurity experts weigh in on whether you should you freeze or lock your credit file.
The company may be overwhelmed, but it still needs to do everything it can to protect people.
The fiasco may prod Congress to pass a law allowing no-cost credit file freezes.
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