On April 8, Microsoft support of Windows XP was permanently discontinued. More than 200,000 ATMs use the software in the United States alone. Adam Levin spoke with Kayla Tausche from CNBC’s Nightly Business Report about end of Windows XP, and what it means for the thousands of machines that still use the software. Will the risk of cyberattacks increase because banks failed to upgrade their systems? Some institutions have asked for extensions, but that’s not a […]
Adam Levin sits down with MTV’s Sway for his radio show “Sway in the Morning”, Sirius XM/Shade 45, to discuss the rise in cases of child identity theft. During the interview, Adam takes calls from victims of child identity theft and Sway reveals that he was a victim of financial identity theft and gets some advice. Included in this interview: Common red flags and what to do if your identity is stolen. <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ […]
Adam Levin talked with Gil Gross from Talk 910/KKSF FM in San Francisco on the recent University of Maryland and Target breaches and how consumers can protect themselves from identity theft. Adam warned that this is a wake up call for consumers to constantly self monitor and never click on unknown links.
New York Times reporter Hilary Stout reported on consumer use of cash in the wake of major breaches that have been in the news, including Target, Neiman Marcus and Michael’s Stores. “People are right to be terrified about what’s going on with these breaches. I think we have to face facts, that breach unfortunately is the new normal. It’s the new black. It’s just where we’re going. We have to focus on monitoring and damage […]