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Securing your digital life is just as important as securing your home
Stolen identity information can remain dormant on the Dark Web for months or even years and there is no way of knowing when it will be sold and or used for economic gains. The costs associated with identity theft can be time-consuming and financially draining to consumers. It can take years working with law enforcement and credit agencies to repair the damage that is done as a result of ID theft.
We can help safeguard your identity from keylogging spyware, which is used to steal everything you type into your PC or mobile device and is found in a majority of identity theft cases. We can monitor your personal information and alert you of any changes and provide unlimited Dark Web email scans so you can keep up-to-date on the security of your credentials. And in the event that you ever become a victim of identity theft while on our plan, you will receive our white glove, Fully Managed Restoration Service with your own dedicated Recovery Advocate who will assist you every step of the way. Plus a $1,000,000 ID Theft Policy to help with expenses. All this for half of what the industry leader in identity protection charges.
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CyberIDLock™ takes a proactive approach to Identity protection by protecting you from the #1 malware involved in ID theft. Watch in this video how our EndpointLock™ Keystroke Encryption Software protects your keystrokes.
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