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We’re joining with the Internal Revenue Service to urge caution among US taxpayers this season, recommending anti-identity theft measures that include using strong passwords, maintaining security software, avoiding phishing scams, and limiting access to personal data by using encrypted sites only.
As part of our effort to provide technology guidance and IT support to professional high-tech experts and general business computer users alike, we advise each of our clients to take comprehensive measures to protect personal information online.
The Identity Threat Dangers of Tax Time
More and more people are discovering the ease and convenience of filing their taxes online. Although the majority of these online transactions have proven to be as safe as they are efficient, precautions are always in order when uploading personal financial data on the Internet. Be sure to protect yourself from identity theft this tax season before your sensitive information ends up in the wrong hands.
The IRS Releases Annual Tips to Protect Sensitive Information Online
We have joined with the Internal Revenue Service to urge caution among US taxpayers this season. As part of its sixth annual Tax Time Guide, the IRS urges taxpayers to be safe online by taking specific steps to guard against identity theft, such as…
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Of course, the best way to protect your sensitive personal information is to seek the assistance of a trained professional. Let us help you as you help your clients to avoid identity theft this tax season. Contact Sysoft via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch with a qualified IT professional in the city of Toronto. Interested parties can also reach Sysoft by phone by calling (416) 410-7268.