The Biondo Group, LLC and our affiliates Biondo Investment Advisors, LLC and Biondo Wealth Services, LLC maintain a formal and comprehensive security program focusing on the protection of client, firm and employee confidential information. Keeping your information secure from criminals is a top priority for our firm and we take clear and actionable steps in our security measures. Unfortunately, cyber fraud continues to escalate, is ever changing, and continues to become more sophisticated.

We encourage you to embrace measures to help protect your identity and mitigate potential security risks. To support your efforts, we’ve added resources to this page for your information and use. We ask that you notify us if you change your address or telephone number. If you suspect your email or your account has been compromised, please call us immediately.

We will continue to add resources to this page for you. Never hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns about how we protect your accounts or the steps you and your family can take to better protect yourselves.

Links to Summary Reports:

The Biondo Group Data Protection Summary and Highlights
A summary of the Firm’s efforts relating to the protection of its confidential information.

Helpful Tips

As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes a larger part of everyone’s lives, it’s important to understand the threat it poses to security.

Artificial Intelligence, Security, and You

Social engineering attacks can come in many forms, and it is important to slow down and remain aware when connected to any electronic devices.

What is Social Engineering?

If sensitive data gets in the wrong hands, it can be catastrophic for everyone.  Remember these tips and keep those secrets safe.

Sensitive Data: Keep it Secret, Keep it Safe

You can reduce the risk of fraud and loss to your retirement account by following these basic rules:

On-line Security Tips

Identity Theft – What to do RIGHT AWAY!

The Federal Trade Commission (the ‘FTC’) advises the following steps should be taken immediately upon discovering you have fallen victim to identity theft.

  1. Call the companies where you know fraud occurred
  2. Place a fraud alert and get your credit reports
  3. Report identity theft to the FTC @
  4. You may choose to file a report with your local police department

Source:  Federal Trade Commission

HELPFUL LINKS (these will open in a new tab or window):

The State of Florida has an excellent, easy to navigate site. Simple definitions with links, and includes step by step “how to’s” at:

Other states have their own cyber security sites:

New Jersey:


New York:

If your home state isn’t listed, an internet search for “(your state’s name) cyber security” should work. Look for sites that have the name of your state and a “.gov” or “.us” extension.