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Dr. Charles Eduardos is a man of many hats. He is a pastor, a coach, a motivational speaker, a radio show host, a hypnotist, and much much more. One thing I love about him...he's practical. We are going to discuss this evening, a problem that faces so many people, identity theft. Now, you may be thinking of this one way....that is not what we are talking about. We will be discussing WHO we are in the body of Christ.....in the Universe. Do you know how awesome you are??? If you did, you would not be battling depression and oppression as badly as you. TUNE IN TONIGHT. YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS SHOW!!!!!
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!
Before you sign up for the Affordable Care Act this fall, are you sure healthcare.gov is a safe place to do business? Today on “Would The Real ObamaCare Please Stand Up”, federally certified ACA specialist, Greg Howard sets the record straight on medical identity theft.
Plus find out why some say, the Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment Period coming up this fall, may be facing a bumpy road.
And discover what S-H-O-P means and why it might not the great deal it's made out to be.
Would The Real ObamaCare Please Stand Up, hosted by Alex Greenwood and ACA federally certified specialist, Greg Howard.
Find out more about Greg at: www.acamadeeasy.com
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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.
Learn more at TheWebDoc.tv
Did you know that over 10 million new victims of identity theft are reported to law enforcement every year? According to the Federal Trade Commission, Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in America.
"Technology Review with Mack Jackson Jr." will bring an increased awareness to the public on Identity Theft and communicate the importance of simple measures in protecting your business and yourself from fraud.
Our show segments will talk about:
How to protect yourself from Identity Theft
New Tech Gadgets
Legal Issues That Effect Your Privacy
Industry Leader Interviews and much more.
Technology Review with Mack Jackson Jr will have live callers discussing information that can help you protect yourself and keep your privacy safe on the Internet.
Join us every Saturday at 2pm on BlogTalkRadio.com.
On tap for tonight:
Militarized Police: A new "nonlethal" police "compliance weapon" called the Z-RO and produced by Shield Defense Systems claims to temporarily blind targets for up to 15 minutes with no permanent damage. Prime Directive Radio now has the information on how this weapon works.
Military Police: The military has conducted widespread spying into civilian computers to enforce civilian laws. The courts took a dim view of this highly illegal action, but so far no one is in trouble for it.
Islamic Terror: Obama is arming Syrian rebels to fight Syrian rebels. What is this idiot thinking?
Ebola Outbreak: Obama is sending thousands of troops into the heart of the ebola epidemic. Once again, what is this idiot thinking?
Climate Change/Disruption/Whatever: Algore and company hope to stage a massive march in NY. It just goes to show that you can fool some of the people all of the time.
Freedom of Speech: According to the courts, the taking of "upskint" photos without consent is protected free speech, but wearing an American flag t-shirt can be banned.
Credit Theft: It's old news. Those pesky (probably Russian) hackers have done it again. The theft from Home Depot sets a new record.
NFL: More damage control.
Illegal Aliens: The feds are keeping silent. Are they being prosecuted? Was this mystery virus brought in by illegals?
This is our time to cover all things political and controversial. Where will this end? What do you think? Call in to express your views:
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Surveillance is a critical skill for any private investigator (PI). In our investigative agency, over half our cases, from criminal defense to personal injury, require some degree of surveillance. For PIs who specialize in insurance or infidelity investigations, surveillance can be the bulk of their work.
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