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Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America today. Over 10 million new victims of identity theft are reported to law enforcement every year. A Federal Trade Commission study found that in 2014 identity theft coplaints caused the average victim to lose more than $2,200.00 and that the highest repoorted age group for identity theft is 20 years old to 29 years old with 20% of complaints.
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, as she interviews cyber security expert, Mack Jackson, Jr., about what identity theft is, who might be a victim, the types of identity theft, and how you can protect yourself. Mack Jackson, Jr. works with companies and individuals to mitigate the damage of identity theft. He is in the business of training Security Awareness, Red Flag Rules, PCI, and SOX awareness as well as educating the business community on the dangers of Identity Theft.
With the onset of high profile breaches in the last few years, identity theft has been a topic of discussion for many americans and business owners accross the United States. J. Craig Anderson, The Arizona Republic, wrote an article in April of 2013 stating:
"Credit-card data theft is exploding, increasing 50% from 2005 to 2010, according to the latest figures from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Millions of card numbers are for sale. A single number might go for $10 to $50; a no-limit American Express card number for a consumer with good credit can sell for hundreds of dollars, said Monica Hamilton, marketing director at cybersecurity firm McAfee Inc. in Santa Clara, Calif."
We will be having two special guest speakers regarding this important topic. Tom McCain, who is an expert in the field, has been helping businesses and idividuals for years regarding how to protect themselves, their business, and their employees from identity theft.
Glen Roberts, CEO and Principal Consultant of Charlotte Cybersecurity, will also be joining us. Glen has served as information security manager, IT infrastructure manager, Microsoft trainer, systems engineer, database administrator, and programmer analyst. He has worked with several leading companies in the semiconductory, technology, retail and financial industries, providing IT leadership and technical skills in the design, implementation and support of secure computing environments.
Be sure to bookmark this broadcast for valuable information regarding protecting your business, your family, your employees, your life from identity thieves!
Free Wi-Fi seems like a great feature, especially when you are on vacation or need to transmit information on the go. However, connecting to free Wi-Fi networks can put your private information at risk. In this segment I will be further divulging in the dangers of free Wi-Fi and what you can do to prevent identity theft and fraud.
There are more than 220,000 public Wi-Fi hotspots in the US. Through these networks, hackers can easily intercept information like your name, address and even credit card numbers. This is especially dangerous this time of the year as many people leave on vacation. 9 million people fall victim to identity theft every year. Public Wi-Fi is unsecure. When using free Wi-Fi take into consideration that everything you do is visible to anyone else using the same network. The chance of your personal information getting hacked far exceeds the chance of your home getting burglarized.
Many hackers will set up fake hot spots which look like legitimate Wi-Fi networks. Users are connecting to these networks are actually connecting to a “rogue access point.” Users are directed to legitimate-looking websites that asks for information such as credit card numbers. If you are prompted to reenter your username and password or if the web browser suddenly says the security certificate is invalid, you may be connected to a rogue access point.
Child identity theft is a fast-growing crime with the number of under-age victims estimated to be as high as 700,000 a year, far exceeding adult identity theft. Criminals target children because kids have a clean credit record or no credit file, and the theft can go undetected for years—usually until the child applies for a summer job, a student loan, or a credit card. “Until that time, a thief can be racking up debt with credit cards and loans in the child’s name,” says Robert P. Chappell, Jr., a veteran law enforcement officer and identity theft expert. “Once the crime is discovered and stopped, the child can be held responsible for the debt and unable to obtain legitimate credit for months or even years.” For this reason we are honored to introduce Robert (Bob) Chappell here to you today. -- Find today’s guest @: www.ChildIDTheft.org -&- you can find the hosts @: http://Brummet.ca
Identify theft has become rampant and cost individuals and financial institutions millions of dollars but there is another type of identity theft that cost people MORE everyday. Apostle Edmonds will discuss how life, the enemy of your soul, and circumstances come to steal one of your most-prized possessions...i.e. your identity and self-worth.
Julie Macc, Certified Credit and Identity Theft Specialist, is a second generation Credit Specialist and a recognized expert on credit reporting for both consumer and business credit scoring. In addition her expertise includes FCRA, FDCPA, TCPA, reasonable procedures, and credit damages.
Julie serves as an expert witness/legal consultant for law firms practicing Consumer Credit Law in both Federal and State court and has been retained as a expert witness for Consumer Credit Litigation cases involving Banks, all 3 of the major Credit Bureaus and third party credit furnishers .
Anthony Rufo has 37 years of sales, marketing and financial management experience. 12 of these years have been with technology start-ups. He is currently the marketing manager for Virtual Keyring LLC, which works to provide charities, churches and not-for-profit organizations with password management technology.
More than 11 million Americans are the victims of identity theft each year. If your personal information is stolen, not only can you be robbed of your money, but your credit rating and reputation can be ruined as well.
Join Legalocity host Jacqueline Crosby, Esq. and guest attorney Bradley Kramer to learn how to protect yourself from identity theft.
New Jersey attorney Jacqueline Crosby practices in the areas of family and employment law in addition to conducting legal seminars and webinars for the public in the areas of divorce, child support and custody, and unemployment compensation law.
Bradley Kramer, M.D., Esq. attended medical school at the University of Illinois and received his law degree from Stanford University Law School. Since 2004 he has strictly practiced litigation with a principal focus on business fraud, breach of contract, entertainment, and cases involving medical- or science-based claims, including those dealing with pharmaceuticals, medical devices, catastrophic personal injury, and medical malpractice.
The Law Offices of Bradley Kramer, M.D., Esq. operates out of California and New York
"Atomic Power of Prayer" Get Back Your Identity Powerful prayer by Dr. Cindy Trimm http://www.trimminternational.com/
Romans 8:19 For the earnest expectation of the creature waiteth for the manifestation of the sons of God.
"Sons of God rise up in your power through the blood of Jesus Christ. Live a powerful and victorious life."
"Jesus is Lord"
identity theft and forever on thru time ,and privacy
On this edition of RCM Live, Pastor John Bazemore, Jr. points out, via John 10:10, the six types of identity theft, in which people try to take things that belong to us, and make it theirs.
Plus, there is one other type of identity theft(not included in the six) that Pastor B explains - and is the most important.
Restoration Christian Ministries presents pastors John and Darlene Bazemore, live from North Brunswick, New Jersey, bringing you the word of God through RCM Live on the King James Radio Network.
The latest box-office hit is “Identity Thief,” earning more than $36 million in its opening weekend to become the No. 1 movie in the country. But when identity theft occurs in real life, it costs American families billions of dollars and is the No. 1 consumer complaint in the U.S.During the two hours it takes to sit through the movie, more than 2,000 Americans will reportedly be victimized by criminals who steal bits and pieces of their personal data for financial gain. And the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) reports that identity theft has been the top consumer complaint for the past 12 years in a row. Chris Burrowes was a victim of identity theft in 2000. Burrowes said he was victimized by a college classmate. According to Burrowes, this individual fraudulently obtained enough personal information on him to open numerous credit accounts – charging to the tune of $20,000. It took Burrowes two years to clean up the mess. On today’s episode of Your Money, Your Matters, hosts Linda Webb-Mañon and Rick Grady of the Texas Credit Union League; Courtney Moran, Texas Credit Union Foundation, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services will talk about identity theft. And special guest Chris Burrowes will share his experience with listeners. Among other things we’ll discuss the various tactics thieves use to steal your identity, and what measures consumers can take to protect themselves. Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon CST. The program examines financial issues of most importance to consumers.Tune in; share your thoughts; or gain helpful advice.
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