Protecting Personally Identifiable Information

The Air Force privacy program, AFI 33-332, “Air Force Privacy Act Program,” prohibits emailing or transferring any personally identifiable information from .mil and .com networks. With an individual’s personal information, identity thieves can obtain employment, government and health benefits, people’s cash or credit and commit crimes in someone else’s name. Unauthorized disclosure or misuse of personal information may result in criminal and/or civil penalties. Airmen can protect themselves by keeping their PINS and passwords for their accounts, credit and debit cards safe and regularly checking their bank statements. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Zachary Hada/Released)

PHOTO BY: Airman st Class Zachary HadaReleased
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