Whether it is phishing, ransomware or other types of attacks, cybercrimes continue with more sophistication than in past years. Our advisors understand your worries with cybercrime and want to ensure you we keep up with the latest recommendations on cybersecurity. If you find out there has been a breach with any of your information, please call your DHJJ Financial Advisor at 630-420-1360 so we can collaborate on protecting your data and taking any extra precautions.

Below you will find information on Cybersecurity--from protecting yourself to what to do in case of a breach. We will continually update this page with new information, but we also will send articles through our monthly e-newsletter. If you are interested in registering for a monthly newsletter, please Sign Up

Cybersecurity Information

Protecting Your Identity, Data, and Assets (.pdf)
Learn about stats related to cybercrimes and how to respond to a breach in the days, weeks, and months after it occurs.


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