The mean fraud loss per victim was $1,038
VALLEJO, Calif. (PRWEB) January 19, 2018
According to CNBC (2/1/2017) 15.4 million consumers were victims of identity theft online in 2016, up 16.9 percent from 2015. The mean fraud loss per victim was $1,038. The first step toward defending yourself against identity theft and online fraud is to establish email security. If a hacker hijacks your email, he or she can easily assume your identity, and the target of the fraud could be your bank, brokerage, shopping, or credit card accounts. This ebook by veteran author Joseph T. Sinclair uses the RMail suite of secure email services to illustrate safe email practices that will substantially reduce your risk of having your email hacked or hijacked. RMail services work with any email program or system.
Introductory presale price is $0.99. After February 2nd the price is $7.99. Available now for presale in major online bookstores.
RMail (RMail.com formerly known as RPost) services include convenient automatic and manual encryption, registered email, e-signatures, and others. RMail has offered secure email service since 2000 and is the global provider of registered email widely used in law, medicine, insurance, finance, and government.
- Ebook publication date: February 3, 2018
- Published by Appworth® Media, an imprint of Caithness Multimedia Publishing, Vallejo, California.
- PDF review copies delivered via email after January 25 upon request. Contact JT@Sinclair.com.
- Visit the book website HackproofEmail.com for further information.
Joseph T. Sinclair is the author of over twenty How2 books about internet-related technology published by national publishers.