One of the nation’s largest agencies just admitted an employee’s emails are irretrievable due to a “computer crash”. The scandal at the IRS is significant, especially in an election year. So what lessons can you take away from the case? More importantly, is there anything you should be doing to protect your electronic data during a divorce?
A recent USA Today article faced this issue head on. The article includes helpful tips on what you can do to keep yourself, your passwords, and your data safe:
● Change your passwords! This is a vital step in reaching the goal of safeguarding your information from your soon to be ex-spouse. Many couples use the same password, or provide their spouse with the information. When you are splitting up, it is crucial to maintain… Continue reading