If you have been part of a data breach, the breached company may send you a notice. Retain all documents and consider any suggestions they may have. Also, pay attention to and retain any mail you receive that is unfamiliar to you, such as notices from the IRS regarding your taxes or any bills from unknown lenders.
Monitor your financial accounts
Visit your online bank and financial accounts, and set up any alert features they may have, if you have not already done so. This could help save some time and keep you notified of any unusual events when they occur.
Monitor your business credit report, not just your personal report
You can check your business credit report directly from this website. Checking your business credit report can help you identify any unusual activity, such as new accounts, new business information or inquiries. If you would like to keep a closer eye on your business credit, you can also subscribe to Experian's business credit monitoring service called Business Credit Advantage
. Under this plan you will receive emailed business credit alerts when changes occur to your report, as well as the most recent report on your business with each login.