The Internal Revenue Service’s new security measures this tax season to counter identity theft and tax fraud appear to be having little impact so far on criminals, according to a security expert who monitors the online chat rooms where fraudsters swap taxpayers’ sensitive personal and financial information.
SecurityScorecard, a computer security service based in New York City, has detected a significant spike in chatter relating to IRS tax fraud this tax season, as in past years.
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