The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has partnered with CSID to provide complimentary credit and non-credit identity protection coverage to all Georgia voters.

On Friday, November 13, 2015, the Georgia Secretary of State’s office became aware of a clerical error that may have exposed the personal information of registered voters in Georgia. Since the incident was identified, the office took immediate action to remedy the error and ensure Georgia voter’s personal information is secure. For your peace-of-mind, the Georgia Secretary of State’s office has partnered with CSID to provide complimentary credit and non-credit identity protection coverage to all Georgia voters.

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All registered Georgia voters as of October 13, 2014 are eligible to receive one year of complimentary credit and non-credit identity protection provided by CSID. Coverage from CSID ends on December 31, 2016.

Begin the enrollment process by clicking the ‘Enroll Now’ button above. You will be asked to validate your identity to ensure you are eligible to receive identity protection coverage.

Frequently Asked Questions

CSID Protector Coverage Includes:

  • Credit Monitoring:
    TransUnion® credit monitoring for changes in your credit file, such as credit inquires, delinquencies, judgments and liens, bankruptcies, new loans and more.

  • Internet Surveillance:
    Monitors websites, chat rooms and bulletin boards 24/7 to identify trading or selling of your personal information.

  • Change of Address Monitoring:
    Monitor to see if someone has redirected your mail.

  • Social Security Number Trace:
    Know if your Social Security number becomes associated with another individual’s name or address.

  • Identity Restoration:
    Work with a certified identity theft restoration specialist to restore your identity and let you get on with your life. This service is available for affected individuals even if you do not enroll.