Critical Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft

OL083-16  |  On Demand  |  Update  |  Self-Study

Description

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the United States, with approximately 10 million occurrences every year. On average, it will cost the victim several hundred dollars and dozens of hours to resolve. It can cause irrevocable damage to an organization's reputation and change public opinion. This session will examine the major causes, factors, and outcomes of identity theft and organizational security breaches. 

Participants will be presented with current examples from a wide range of industries and attack types. This session will describe how to identify when theft occurs, what information is most at risk, where the stolen information is used, and best practices on how to prevent it from occurring.

This video was recorded at the 2016 Technology Conference.

Credits

Number of Credits Type of Credits
2 Other

Prerequisites

None

Preparation

None

Notes

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Prices

Member (Early Bird)
$69.00
Non-Member (Early Bird)
$99.00
Member
$69.00
Non-Member
$99.00
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Facilitators

Stephen M. Yoss, CPA

Stephen M. Yoss, Jr., CPA, is a senior technology strategist and principal of MantisPRO, a company that focuses on helping organizations develop a technology strategy to streamline their business operations. Stephen has consulted with several companies on how to lower overhead, personnel, and compliance costs by investing in technology and reengineering their business practices. He teaches his clients to embrace technology at every opportunity in order to increase efficiency and productivity. MantisPRO’s specialty is designing and building cloud based workspaces for companies to conduct all their operations virtually.

Prior to starting MantisPRO, Stephen worked as an accountant in his family’s accounting practice, Yoss & Allen. While working there he became a Certified Public Accountant and completely redesigned the firm’s technology practices. Many of the technologies he consults on today were first designed, perfected and implemented in his family’s practice and with their clients. Stephen has also spent time working abroad as a management accountant in New Zealand.

Stephen began working with technology at age ten, and started his first IT company at age 13, designing web applications for local businesses. He started writing original computer code at age 15 and has been working with technology ever since. Stephen is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and holds degrees in Accountancy and International Business. He is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Information Systems and Technology at Claremont Graduate University. His research is focused in the areas of corporate technology and education technology strategy. He has been teaching professional continuing professional education since 2009 in self-study, webcast, in-house, and live formats. He has presented to thousands of practitioners nationwide on topics such as cloud computing, mobile technology, spreadsheet design and best practices, information security, identity theft prevention and many more. Apart from working in technology and accounting he is a professional licensed pyrotechnician and works on major firework displays around the country. He lives in Claremont, California.

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