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Atwood & Moore (2017) We Calculated the Atwood & Moore Breach Clarity Score using our patent-pending algorithm. The results are based on an analysis of 1,000+ data points. Each Breach Clarity Score is packaged with a set of most-likely risks and action steps based on the specific data breach searched. Each data breach is different in terms of the amount and type of data compromised, which means each carries a unique risk profile. Breach Clarity recommends the most important actions you should take for this particular data breach.

Existing financial acct. (not credit card) Government documents/benefits Up to 9 more fraud or privacy risks
Breach Clarity Score: Breach Clarity's algorithms dynamically compute a high-level simplified estimated risk rating for all publicly-reported US data breaches. (We currently have the last 29 months of breaches in the database maintained by the ITRC, with more being added daily). Estimated risk scores are based on how impactful the 'likely exposed ID records' are projected to be on 11 possible categories of identity crimes (such as the top two risks calculated and displayed for this breach below). Breach Clarity's algorithm design and values are based on our ongoing research of fraud mitigation professionals and practices.
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Top Risks:
Existing financial acct. (not credit card) ID criminal misuse of financial accounts other than credit cards–perhaps through debit cards, checks, Internet payments, or brokerage accounts–is less common than for credit cards, but losses are also higher on average.
Government documents/benefits Identity criminals can obtain government services or payments, or obtain documents such as a driver’s license or passport. When extensive personal data–including existing government documents–are breached, risk is heightened.
Up to 9 more fraud or privacy risks Breach Clarity is capable of computing up to 10 total identity risks, including Existing financial acct. (not credit card), Government documents/benefits, Evading the law, New financial credit account, Existing credit card account, New financial deposit account, Medical ID theft, Phone or utilities, Employment or wage-related, Tax refund identity theft, and Other existing account misuse
  • Name
  • Debit card # full
  • Credit card # full
  • Non-card payment routing #
  • Drivers license or state ID
5 of 5 likely exposed records listed

Prioritize These Actions:

Monitor account activity While you should always monitor your account activity, this is even more important after a data breach makes fraud within your existing accounts more likely. While financial or other providers generally offer this for free, a few commercial providers also include methods that may consolidate this into a single service for you.
Determine whether you need a replacement card If your bank or credit union already contacted you about the breach, they may have sent you a replacement card. Otherwise, review your security features, like alerts and card controls, which can reduce your risk without the same inconvenience as fully replacing the potentially compromised card. If fraud occurs on the card or you have significant concerns about fraud risk, you may want to contact your financial institution about having a replacement card sent to you.
Set fraud alerts/freeze credit Both fraud alerts and credit freezes are now free, but they work differently. A fraud alert keeps your credit information open while advising those making an inquiry to be more cautious when using it (both for existing and new account activity). A credit freeze prevents your credit information from being used, which stops all inquiries related to new financial *credit* or even employment and housing activity. With fraud alerts, notification to one credit agency is supposed to result in the other two being automatically notified as well, but to be certain contact all three directly. Credit freezes always must be set (and removed) at each of the three bureaus, and may prevent some desired last-minute activity on your part. Check with the FTC for the latest information , including how to set fraud alerts and credit freezes.
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