This story initially gave an incorrect last name for LifeLock's CEO. It is Davis.
FTC complaint alleged that LifeLock made false claims for adequately protecting customers from identity fraud and data theft.
Surprise! The CEO who displays his Social Security number in company ads has been the victim of ID theft multiple times.
NameSafe, an identity theft protection company, has sued competitor LifeLock for allegedly placing ads that prominently use its name.
An Australian federal court today ruled that Google displayed misleading paid ads in its search results back in 2006 and 2007.
Famed hacker must be wary even about playing social-engineering games at security conferences. What's a onetime "bad guy" to do?
Patent wars reignite, the Internet is nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, and multitasking may be coming to the iPhone. It's an epic sort of show today. Also, PS3 gets in the game with a motion-controller, and employees like us knowingly violate IT policies like crazy people.
For the second time in over a year, a high profile figure has had his identity stolen after publicly releasing his own financial information. Is identity theft really this easy?
Debix aims to stop fraud the moment someone attempts to open a new account in your name. The advantage? Debix can help out when the case is still hot, says CEO.
Free My ID Score service assesses how at risk consumers are of being victims of identity fraud.