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Citigroup... the latest to fall victim to cyber crime...

The bank - announcing a breach in their network... hackers accessing data on about 200,000 bank card holders in North America...

Among the data viewed by the hackers... names of customers, account numbers and contact information - including email addresses...

"Well the impact is unsettling for all the consumers because you don't know - you know - what it means to you... and at bare minimum it means changing out your credit card information...

Cyber Security Expert with Biometric Signature ID Bill Morgan, speaking with Jeff Bolton at KLIF in Dallas...

What can consumers do to prevent such attacks from happening to them?

"A: Change your card out. B: Monitor your emails and when you start seeing suspicious emails coming from your banks asking for more information - just delete them... the banks will notify you via snail mail - so just delete those things... but also, be vigilant with protecting your pins and passwords... and not just change your credit card information out but also change that pin out that goes along with your credit card."

Morgan recommends changing your pins and passwords on a "regular basis" - multiple times a year...

Be vigilant!

Buzzing right along...

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley - signing a tough new law cracking down on illegal immigration...

Is it part of a ripple effect, that we'll be seeing more of?

"Sure... I mean - it's definitely going to see an effect. If the other places we've seen this kind of thing pass is any indication... Arizona ...Georgia - have seen reductions in illegal populations because of tough immigration laws."

Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies Mark Krikorian speaking with Dimitri at 94.5 RushRadio in Greensboro, NC.

Krikorian added...

"In Alabama - one of the things that made the law so imperative - was that they were worried that Georgia - having passed the law a few weeks ago was going to cause illegal aliens to pack up and move next door."

The new law - allows police to arrest anyone suspected of being an illegal immigrant if they're stopped for any other reason... and also requires public schools to determine students' immigration status and make it a crime to knowingly give an illegal a ride. Employers in the state are now required to determine if any new workers are in the country legal.

Groups including the ACLU plan on challenging it... acknowledging that it's now the toughest immigration law - in the Nation.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your Talk Radio Buzz, from Fox News Radio.