There are few worse faux-pas than having your online identity stolen. According to the Javelin Strategy & Research study, in 2016 there was over 15.4 million Americans who had their identity stolen. It is estimated that nearly half of Americans will have their computer compromised or have been completely hacked every year. You've probably received the "emergency I'm in a foreign country and been robbed" emails pop up in your inbox, or maybe you've been a victim of ransomware such as WannaCry. Today, more than ever, it's important to be aware of your internet security and take steps to protect yourself.