Identity Monitoring

Kroll’s unique combination of identity monitoring services can detect more types of identity theft than credit monitoring alone, providing practical help to combat identity theft and fraud.

Did you know that very few cases of identity theft—as few as two in 10—can be detected on a credit report?

Because credit monitoring is not a useful tool when certain types of data are compromised, an organization may choose to offer identity monitoring to provide consumers with insight into many different aspects of a consumer’s identity that can reveal known triggers of identity theft that credit monitoring alone would not.

Identity monitoring provides data associated with an individual’s non-credit-based personally identifiable information (PII), and reports information that is not tracked by credit bureaus. This type of monitoring can look for information in public records, or it may be searching for instances of PII found on the Internet, particularly sites known for illegal sales of PII.

Kroll’s identity monitoring services provide web-based monitoring of PII including:

  • Social Security Number/National ID Number
  • Bank Account Number
  • Bank Routing Number
  • Credit/Debit Cards
  • Medical ID Numbers
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number

Identity Monitoring: Offering individuals peace of mind

Kroll’s identity monitoring services instantly notify affected individuals by email of any activity related to their personal information. Individuals then have the opportunity to review the information and take appropriate steps if the information is deemed inaccurate or if it is indicating identity theft or fraud.

Individuals can call our licensed private investigators anytime they have questions about their degree of risk, and we’ll give them actionable steps they can take to protect their reputation and assets. Your customers, employees, or students will be confident that, should indications of identity theft be detected, Kroll’s licensed investigators will work with them to quickly restore their identity to pre-breach status.