Jim Caruso of M1PR, Inc. d/b/a MediaFirst PR - Atlanta, quoted in the media, Member of the Forbes Agency Council

Personal Data Thefts Now in the Billions Were 50 Million in 6 Months of 2005 (Updated 2021)

Billions of personal data records are stolen each year, according to the PBS story of 5-14-2021. (Link below)

stolen data sets are often posted on black market websites for sale.

The data might include your social security number, driver's license number, or other personally identifying data that can be used to steal your identity. A stolen identity can be used to borrow money, get credit cards, or acquire goods.

Personal data is often stolen, but the thefts are not reported quickly, exposing you or others to serious breaches.