We monitor and alert you to identity threats you could miss like payday loans or crimes committed in your name.
If your identity is stolen, a U.S-based Identity Restoration Specialist will work on your case from start to finish.
$1 million protection
All plans have $1 million coverage for lawyers and experts, if needed to help fix identity theft that occurs while a member.
ShieldIQ Works For YOU.
Start Your Membership
It only takes a few minutes to start your protection with ShieldIQ.
We Search the Dark Web
We immediately begin checking the dark web for signs of your information.
We will alert you of any threats we find via text and email.
We Fix It
If you become a victim of identity theft, our U.S.-based Recovery Butler Concierge service will work to fix it.
We Make It Right
We will reimburse stolen funds up to the limit on your personal plan.
Shield your identify and your digital footprint with ShieldIQ
Identify theft continues to rise at an alarming rate in the U.S.. More people working from home means more risk. Think your work accounts are safe? Think again. According to a recent article published on Forbes.com, cybercriminals can penetrate 93 percent of company networks (Source: betanews.com) This is in addition to an environment already fraught with risk. Ransomware victims in the U.S. rose 311 percent from 2019 to 2020 (Source: ConsumerAffairs.com)
Cybercriminals are vigilant and aggressive than ever and working from home, while convenient for employees, is also more convenient for cybercriminals to commit data theft. Your personal and private information has never been more vulnerable. ShieldIQ is the one-stop solution to protect your personal data and give you peace of mind in an increasingly mobile world.
Simply having a Social Security number makes you at-risk for identity fraud, but specific populations are more vulnerable.
Cyber criminals like to target children because they can use their Social Security numbers to create clean credit profiles for someone with a bad credit history or looking to open fraudulent accounts.
Seniors tend to be less technologically savvy, making them more vulnerable to internet phishing and telephone scams, increasingly on the rise as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to fuel scams, many targeting older Americans.
Social media users
Anyone active on social media has provided vast amounts of identifying information online, making them an easy target. For example, many people sharing photos of their Covid-19 vaccine cards online did so without realizing the repercussions of sharing identifying personal information such as their full legal name and date of birth.
When active-duty military are deployed, they’re less likely to notice anything
awry in their credit reports, and frequent relocation means their personal information gets shared with greater frequency.