AI Trends in Identity Theft and Fraud

In recognition of Identity Theft Awareness Week, I wanted to talk to you about one of the buzziest topics in the identity theft world for 2024 – generative artificial intelligence or AI.

In a recent survey by Nationwide, 82% of consumers are concerned about the use of AI by criminals to steal someone’s identity. Many industry and cyber security experts predict that AI will increase the risks of identity theft in 2024 due to the speed, volume, and sophistication of attempts to steal personal information. So, you are not alone in having some questions and concerns.
Watch this short video to learn more about some potential threats that may accelerate with the use of AI and what you can do as a consumer to help protect yourself.




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