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A Few Identity Theft Protection Tips

We put together this video as a reminder for our LifeLock colleagues and realized it made good sense to share these identity theft protection tips with you!

Have You Been Exposed to Hackers?

Have You Been Exposed to Hackers?

An online New York Times quiz today caught the attention of a lot of folks in the office. The headline: How Many Times Has Your Personal Information Been Exposed to Hackers?

After Identity Theft: The Restoration Process

After Identity Theft: The Restoration Process

If you become a victim of identity theft, among the headaches is doing the legwork to clear your name. While cases vary, it can be a tedious process—from collecting all the details and filing a police report to processing credit disputes and, perhaps, even hiring a lawyer.

Talk to LifeLock members who’ve been victims of identity theft, and you’ll likely hear how an Identity Restoration Specialist did much of the work for them.

Giving Back: What’s in Your Backpack?

Giving Back: What’s in Your Backpack?

As exciting as a new school year can be, it can also be a stressful situation—particularly for those kids who might not be able to show up with a shiny new backpack or fresh school supplies.

LifeLock employees are doing their part today to help these kids in need. Across our offices in Tempe, Ariz., and Irvine, Mountain View, San Diego, and San Francisco, Calif., we’re giving back by filling more than 1,000 backpacks with brand new school supplies.

LifeLock’s Dispute with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)

LifeLock has been up front and transparent that we have been in a dialogue with the Federal Trade Commission for more than 18 months. During this time, we have worked with agency staff and commissioners, striving to come to a satisfactory resolution. Despite our efforts, we were unable to do so.

As a result of our unwillingness to agree to an unreasonable settlement, the agency has decided to litigate its claims. We disagree with the substance of the FTC’s contentions and are prepared to take our case to court.