Many under the age of 16 don’t have much money, a line of credit or even a job. Cybercriminals don’t care. They have made this group of youth their No. 1 target for identity theft. In this video, cybersecurity specialist for the BAM ALLIANCE Jared Hoffman explains why children are targeted, offers some warning signs that a child’s identity has been compromised, and shares preventative steps to keep this from happening to a young person you love.

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