How I protect your personal information from Medicare Data Theft!

I hope you are having a great week despite the madness of the times.

This week, a client back home checked in to ask how I protect data.  Click on the picture above to learn about the tools I use to protect your private data from Medicare Cyber Theft!

After almost twenty years as a Certified Senior Advisor, here are, here are some of the things you can do to protect your personal online information from hackers and identity theft.

  1. Use Anti-Virus Protection & Firewall
  2. Keep Your Software Up to Date
  3. Use Multi-Factor Authentication
  4. Use a Password Manager
  5. Protect Your Personal Information
  6. Watchout For Phising Scams
  7. Use Your Mobile Devices Securely
  8. Don’t Use Public Wi-Fi
  9. Backup Your Data Regularly
  10. Review Banking & Credit Reports Often



Thanks to for the list. Remember, you don’t have to be perfect, but small steps can make a huge difference.

Check out this article on how retirees can protect their Private Date 😊!

And if you have questions about Medicare Insurance, click here to schedule a meeting.


How to Avoid Medicare Identity Theft

Do you know how to avoid Medicare Identity Theft?

This week I heard from a couple of different Medicare clients who tell me their identities were ALMOST stolen.

As Clint Eastwood used to say, “Do ya feel lucky? Well do ya??”

If you check out this video, you will be lucky.

Simple steps to protect yourself can go a long way:

Check your credit report, is offering free weekly credit checks.

Don’t click on links unless you certain of the source.

If someone calls you from the IRS, Medicare, or any governmental organization, be careful.

This website link has a ton helpful ideas ( and it’s real, I swear 😊)

As a Medicare Insurance broker, my job is to keep you informed and help you take the mystery out of Medicare.

Let me know if you have questions.

The Big 65 Medicare Insurance Services does not offer every plan available in your area. Any information we provide is limited to those plans we do offer in your area. Please contact or 1-800-MEDICARE to get information on all your options.