6 Common Habits That Put You at Risk for Identity Theft

August 30, 2018

ThetaRay’s CEO Mark Gazit talks to NBC News about some everyday habits that put consumers more at risk  for identity theft and security breach. “The most dangerous habit a person can have is to be too trusting,” says Gazit. Whenever you’re dealing with your financial information and personal data, “you must assume that you will be hacked.”