Protecting against an office hack

Posted at 8:10 PM, Apr 21, 2016
Your car can be hacked and so can your work. Just because you have to enter a password to get into your company's server doesn't mean your information is safe. 
Just last week, Baltimore City employees realized something was wrong when they tried to file their taxes and were told someone already submitted a return in their names. It isn't clear when, or how, the breach happened.
The FBI, Secret Service, IRS, and Attorney General's office are all on the case.
Chandler Givens is the CEO and co-founder of TrackOFF. He joined ABC2's In Focus to help you protect yourself from a hacker while at work. 

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