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Identity thieves are now targeting BUSINESSES and BUSINESS OWNERS. Protecting yourself and your business is now easier and more affordable than ever.

iDefend® Business includes all the essentials to monitor and guard against business identity theft and fraud - including personal protection for owners! What is included:

Business Identity Monitoring Proactive monitoring for business identity theft and fraud, including your Dun & Bradstreet® business records and ratings.

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Owner Protection Complete personal identity theft protection is included for you as the business owner, with optional coverage for your entire family.

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Alerts and Reports Instant alerts for suspicious activity, 24/7 online access to reports including D&B alerts and reports.

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Business Identity Recovery Immediate expert help from our certified Business Identity Fraud Recovery Team the moment you suspect a problem.

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Cyber-Security Help Desk Discounted professional computer-security and tech support services including checkups, unlimited service plans, and penetration testing.

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Employee Benefits Program Protect your most valued asset – your employees! You can offer ID theft protection as an employee benefit at no additional cost to your business.

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Now includes Dun & Bradstreet ratings and reports for your business!

Real businesses. Real fraud. Seafood company ships 500k order to fraudster

Seafood company ships 500k order to fraudster A seafood company received an order for $500,000 worth of good in the name of a legitimate client - but the real client never ordered it, and the shipment was sent to a different address supplied by the fraudster..

Sacramento law firm billed 70k for computer and funiture not ordered

Identity thieves obtained $70,000 worth of equipment under the laws firm's name, and then disappeared - leaving the law firm with the tab.

200+ companies fall victim in Georgia

A man and his group of over 100 people are believed to have misused the indentities of about 3,900 individuals and businesses to have orchestrated more than $5 million from fraudulent transactions in Georgia.