|Key people||Bo Holland, Founder and CEO|
The company received a significant amount of press following the release of a research study with Carnegie Mellon CyLab on child identity theft in April 2011.
In May 2011, following the Sony PlayStation Network outage, Sony announced that they would be offering all PlayStation Network and Qriocity account holders in the United States one free year of AllClear ID Plus.
The company currently offers two identity protection products available for online sign up. AllClear ID Free provides fraud detection, AllClear alerts, and monthly reports.
AllClear ID Pro includes an ID Theft insurance policy, credit monitoring for $14.95 a month. AllClear ID Pro was ranked second overall in Javelin’s Fifth Annual ID Protection Services Scorecard, with Identity Guard placing first. In the category of Restoration, AllClear ID tied for first alongside Identity Force and Royal. 
For businesses, AllClear ID offers data breach response solutions including credit monitoring, breach notification, call center support, and AllClear activity reports.
Child Identity Theft 
In April 2011 AllClear ID released a report with Richard Power, a distinguished fellow at Carnegie Mellon University CyLab, on child ID theft data. Using the data supplied by AllClear ID, Power completed the largest report ever done on child identity theft. From the database of over 40,000 children already enrolled in AllClear's identity protection plan, Power found that 4,311 had someone else using their Social Security numbers. 
Jeff Rossen of the Today Show led a follow-up investigation, interviewing victims of child identity theft. Investigators were able to hunt down the child impostors who were still living and working using a child's Social Security number.
In July 2011, Holland, along with leaders from the Social Security Administration, Identity Theft 911, The Identity Theft Resource Center, and more, spoke at Stolen Futures, the FTC forum on Child Identity Theft. There he presented the findings from the CyLab report on child identity theft, as well as findings from follow up data sampling since the report release. 
Awards & Recognition 
- August 2011 - Awarded "Best in Resolution" by Javelin Strategy & Research
- February 2012 - Awarded 5 Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service including: Customer Service Department of the Year, Contact Center of the Year, Best Use of Technology in Customer Service, Front-Line Customer Service Professional of the Year (Investigator Christy McCarley), Customer Service Leader of the Year (VP of Customer Services & Chief Investigator Jamie May)
AllClear ID History 
- 2004: Founded by Bo Holland, originally named Debix, Inc.
- April 2011: Carnegie Mellon CyLab and AllClear ID released "Child Identity Theft" research reporting that child identity theft is a faster growing crime than adult identity theft
- May 2011: Partnered with Sony for Playstation Network outage
- July 2011: Instant Authorization patent approved (U.S. Patent No. 7,983,979)
- July 2011: Bo Holland presents Child Identity Theft research to Federal Trade Commission
- March 2012: Debix company name changed to AllClear ID, Inc.
- May 2012: Released "Child Identity Theft" research reporting "Criminals are targeting the youngest children. 15% of victims were five years old and younger, an increase of 105% over the 2011 findings"
- September 2012: Incorrectly identified by a Twitter user as involved with a leak of Apple UDIDs
- Power, Richard. "Child Identity Theft; A Lot of Questions Need to Be Answered, But the Most Important One is "Has It Happened to Your Child?"". Carnegie Mellon Cylab.
- Simon, Jeremy. "Study: ID protection tools work, but you'd better comparison shop". CreditCards.com.
- Mages, Kenneth. "Study: Rating the Products that Protect Identities in a Social, Mobile and Cyber Age". ncfdata.com.
- Greene, Tim. "Thieves are stealing children's identities". Network World.
- Sulivan, Bob (5 May 2011). "Stop ID thieves from stealing your kid's credit". Archived from the original on 4 June 2011. Retrieved 7 June 2011.
- USA Today. 2 May 2012 http://content.usatoday.com/communities/technologylive/post/2012/05/service-to-protect-kids-from-id-theft-launches/1#.T7PL6sU5WpM
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- Arthur, Charles (September 5, 2012). "Boot up: Samsung v iPhone in US, Apple UDIDs leaked, Turkey to ban Twitter?, and more". The Guardian.