Knowledge is your best defense against identity theft. Should your identity be compromised, Ireland Bank has partnered with NXG Strategies, LLC to help you deal with identity theft concerns. To learn more please click here or contact your local Ireland Bank branch for details.
You are your own best defense against identity theft. One of the easiest steps to protecting yourself is using a strong online password. To help you from becoming a victim of this crime, we recommend the following password tips:
To help protect against people changing dates on official documents do not abbreviate the year.
Date formats such as “1/8/20″ are ambiguous and can lead to confusion and conflicts. While most Americans understand “1/8/20” to mean January 8, 2020, many people in other regions, and some in the United States interpret it to mean the 1st of August, 2020.
It is much harder to modify a fully written date than to change its abbreviation. “1/6/2020” for example, can be modified to “11/6/2020” more easily than “January 6, 2020” can be changed to “November 6, 2020”. In fact, for the same reason, single-digit dates should be written with a preceding zero (“January 06, 2020” instead of “January 6, 2020”).
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