Protecting My Identity: Does My Insurance Cover That?

in cyber security, cyber insurance, insurance claim, credit card fraud, identity theft, cybercrime, cyberbullying, identity theft protection Aug 25, 2021

A new report by the Aite group reflects a 42% increase in identity theft in 2020, jumping in losses of over $502 billion in 2019 to over $712 billion. The pandemic caused a shift in banking behaviors and, consequently, higher trends in new account fraud and account takeover fraud. Cyber thieves are getting smarter and faster at deceiving consumers, with identity theft at the top of the most reported forms of cybercrime.

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How to Prevent Cyber Attacks | NNINS

in cyber security, coverage, cyber insurance, how-to, phishing, protection, How to prevent hacking, How to avoid hacking, hack protection, identity theft, cybercrime, cyberbullying, cyber theft, identity theft protection Jun 4, 2021

If you're concerned about the constant flow of outrageous breaking news reports about cybercrime, we are too. As the fastest-growing criminal activity in the U.S., cybercrime is wreaking havoc by maliciously disabling and damaging computers, breaching systems to mine personal data, gaining unauthorized access to networks, and even disrupting global production.

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How Do You Save Money on Insurance in Virginia?

in homeowners insurance, auto insurance, Virginia, severe weather, coverage, car insurance, home insurance, Car accident, roadside assistance, local agent, renters insurance, cyber insurance, insurance claim, money, discounts, how to lower car insurance premiums, how to lower car insurance rates, how to save money on car insurance, lower car insurance rates Jun 28, 2020

Switch and save? Not so fast! You actually don't need to switch insurance companies to save money when you can simply shop for discounts within your current policy. Here at NNINS, we couldn't agree more with rewarding our members with lower rates for things like good driving records and multiple policies in one household. We also love to help our members save money on the unique risks Virginians face. We get it because we're Virginians too!

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How to Avoid COVID-19 Scams | NNINS

in insider, safety tips, family, cyber insurance, coronavirus, credit card fraud, phishing, scamming May 23, 2020

In partnership with Federal Trade Commission and other agencies, the FBI recently had a Twitter Chat on corona-virus-related scams. We participated and learned valuable information we want to pass along.

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SAFE & SOUND: Protect Yourself From Skimming at Virginia Gas Pumps and ATMS

in insider, safety tips, cyber security, Virginia, family, skimming in Virginia, cyber insurance May 1, 2019

Skimming devices capture data from your bank or credit card when you use them, especially at out-of-the-way ATMs, gas pumps, and self-checkout machines, where a scammer can install the skimming device without being seen. It's a small device that attaches to a card reader allowing a thief to illegally collect the card information of unknowing payers. Machines are altered slightly, but often not enough to alert the average consumer. Fairfax...

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