Work is where many of us spend the majority of our waking hours.
We toil at our 9-to-5s just waiting for the time we can get up and fly out the door before the boss man comes by and asks us to work a little OT. With work also comes a level of comfort, as oftentimes the office feels like a second home.
As a second home, workers sometimes let a bit of their personal lives flow into the office. Generally, you’re okay, but if your company makes one wrong hire or its network gets hacked, you could suddenly be the victim of identity theft.
We all like to think our workplaces have safeguards to protect against this, but cracks exist where hackers and untrustworthy people can slip through.
Here are a few tips on avoiding identity theft at work.