Sony breach: Another blow to your security
More than 77 million Sony PlayStation customers are now victims of a corporate breach. Names, birthdates, credit card information, and addresses (including email) were illegally obtained by a computer hacker, which forced the company to take down its service.
This is just the latest in a long list of corporate breaches putting the identities of millions at risk. Criminals steal this information for one reason—to use your identity to their benefit—leaving you with the mess.
Your personal AOPA information continues, as always, to be fiercely protected. However, AOPA understands the times we live in and that even the best systems available could be compromised. That’s why the association has partnered with LifeLock. They even have customized protection to assist pilots in the event of lost or stolen airmen documentation. This means one call from you and LifeLock will go to work helping to recover your important documentation! AOPA members also receive a 10-percent discount off the normal retail price of LifeLock. Enroll today to protect yourself!
Remember that by choosing AOPA member products you help rally GA by funding the association’s daily efforts to maintain the freedom, safety, and affordability of general aviation.
May 9, 2011