Data breaches and ransomware attacks are a global threat – but a recent report revealed that American organizations are a favorite target.

According to critical infrastructure security company Dragos, 44% of ransomware attacks last year targeted North American organizations. And every year, the number of breaches goes up, as does the number of victims. In January of 2023, T-Mobile announced that an unidentified malicious intruder breached its network and stole data on 37 million customers, including home addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth.

They Can’t Hurt You If They Can’t Find You

Horror stores about ransomware are impossible to avoid, because they just keep coming. Fortunately, there are ways to fight back.

Our new whitepaper, The Weaponization of Privacy, explains how everyone – regardless of job, age, family situation, location or political affiliation – can be a target – and how you can avoid having your home address and other personal information fall into the wrong hands.

There are effective ways to lower your online risk, without impacting how you use the Internet to shop, search for answers, and communicate with friends. Our whitepaper will tell you how to safety surf without scammers and hostile strangers finding out where you live, where your kids go to school, and where you may be vulnerable to a successful phishing attack. 

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Ron Zayas


Ron Zayas is an online privacy expert, speaker, author, and CEO of 360Civic, a provider of online protection to law enforcement, judicial officers, and social workers. For more insight into onli... Read more

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