Identity Theft: Protect Yourself, your Business, your Clients

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Business & Mgmt

Published on February 19, 2009

Author: rpbrown

Source: slideshare.net

Description

Geared towards business offices and professionals, this seminar alerts entrepreneurs and employees about the dangers of ID theft. Focuses on preventing their clients, vendors, and employees from becoming victims of ID theft and fraud using professional techniques. Shows fines and penalties imposed by the FTC for compromising clients' confidential data.

Approved by the California Department of Real Estate as a Continuing Education course for real estate agents. This is a SAMPLE seminar; please contact us for complete webinar or for hosting a seminar in your office.

Identity Theft: Protect Yourself, Your Business, Your Clients C.E. Course for California Real Estate Agents Sample

Introduction Welcome and thank you for attending! I look forward to educating you (my peers) about identity theft. We will cover: How identity theft affects you, your business, and your clients Identity theft prevention tips for yourself and your clients’ confidential info What the FTC laws are and how to become compliant Sample

Welcome and thank you for attending!

I look forward to educating you (my peers) about identity theft. We will cover:

How identity theft affects you, your business, and your clients

Identity theft prevention tips for yourself and your clients’ confidential info

What the FTC laws are and how to become compliant

Instructor Qualifications 18 years CA Real Estate license, own brokerage Dual degrees in Real Estate and Small Business Management Certified as an Identity Theft Specialist Consult with real estate offices to help them become FTC compliant Teach seminars and write books (trained as a Technical Writer) Philosophy = raising the bar for real estate agents as professionals Sample

18 years CA Real Estate license, own brokerage

Dual degrees in Real Estate and Small Business Management

Certified as an Identity Theft Specialist

Consult with real estate offices to help them become FTC compliant

Teach seminars and write books (trained as a Technical Writer)

Philosophy = raising the bar for real estate agents as professionals

I. Definition & Scope of Identity Theft Identity theft versus identity fraud or financial fraud as reported by financial institutions. Sample

Consumer Groups at Risk of Identity Theft Children Elderly Deceased Home Buyers Home Sellers Mortgage Borrowers Realtors® Basically, everyone! Sample

Children

Elderly

Deceased

Home Buyers

Home Sellers

Mortgage Borrowers

Realtors®

Basically, everyone!

Consumer Identifier Examples Social security number and federal taxpayer number (EIN) Driver’s license number and date of birth Address and phone number Password and account number Sample

Social security number and federal taxpayer number (EIN)

Driver’s license number and date of birth

Address and phone number

Password and account number

Databases Containing Non-Public Information (NPI) Government databases (DMV, FBI, IRS, Social Security, Veterans Administration, military, courts, state licensing departments) Employment records & School/College records Public records (birth, death, marriage, real property, liens, court filings) Medical records, Financial records, Credit bureaus Information Aggregators (supermarket rewards card, etc.) Sample

Government databases (DMV, FBI, IRS, Social Security, Veterans Administration, military, courts, state licensing departments)

Employment records & School/College records

Public records (birth, death, marriage, real property, liens, court filings)

Medical records, Financial records, Credit bureaus

Information Aggregators (supermarket rewards card, etc.)

Clients’ Non-Public Information Lost, Hacked, or Stolen from: AOL (92 million identities) Bank of America (1.2 million identities) CitiFinancial (3.9 million identities) Veterans Administration (26.5 million identities) TJ Maxx (they are now being sued by consumer groups for their lax security policies) And many, many more constantly in the news! Sample

AOL (92 million identities)

Bank of America (1.2 million identities)

CitiFinancial (3.9 million identities)

Veterans Administration (26.5 million identities)

TJ Maxx (they are now being sued by consumer groups for their lax security policies)

And many, many more constantly in the news!

Identity thieves are typically caught and prosecuted in only 5% of cases. Most identity theft criminals are never caught or prosecuted, so they get away with it over and over again. Can’t we Stop them? Sample

Order this Seminar! Coming to an Office near you. Future Webinar On-Demand. To order, call Regina P. Brown at: (888) 550 – 9340 THANK YOU!

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