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Adam Levin spoke with Claudia Buck of The Sacramento Bee about the damaging effects of the Target data breach on businesses and consumers and the recent trend of hackers hitting big box retailers, universities and small businesses.  

“Target really demonstrated there are now three certainties in life: death, taxes and breaches,” said Adam Levin, chairman of Identity Theft 911, a company that provides identity theft recovery and other services.

Levin says that businesses need to invest in better security and consumers must protect themselves by checking their accounts daily.

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