With more Americans conducting their work, education and even socializing online, protecting one’s digital identity has become more important than ever. In fact, during the first quarter of 2020, the Federal Trade Commission revealed more than 23,000 Floridians reported their identities as being stolen or compromised.
That’s why Allstate is offering Allstate Identity Protection for free for the rest of the year to all U.S. residents who sign up by June 30. You don’t have to be an Allstate customer to get this protection.
And with the July 15 tax deadline approaching and COVID-19 cyber threats on the rise, it is a great time to take advantage of this free offer from Allstate.
The Allstate Cybersecurity team has investigated and reported a 36% spike in phishing attempts between February and March, predominately due to the influx of COVID-19 phishing emails.
With the addition of COVID-19 stimulus checks in 2020, Allstate Identity Protection has remediated 187% more tax fraud cases than in 2019.
Unlike other free identity protection services, Allstate Identity Protection uses bots and experienced cyber intelligence operatives — with access to parts of the dark web — to alert customers when their identity has been compromised.
To discover the full suite of features Allstate’s Identity Protection plan offers and sign up for free before June 30, visit Allstate Identity Protection.com.