Identity Theft: The Aftermath

ITRC Victim Impact Survey Findings

 Reducing the Toll of Identity Theft - Helping Today's Victims and Preventing Tomorrow's

Join us on Wednesday, October 29, as we celebrate the 11th year of National Cyber Security Awareness Month with the release of Identity Theft Resource Center’s research survey – Identity Theft: The Aftermath. A panel of experts will discuss the survey's key findings and the emotional impact of identity theft on victims.

Event Details

Wednesday, Oct 29

9:30am-11:30am

Google - Washington, D.C.

25 Massachusetts Avenue NW, 9th Floor

Washington, DC 20001

*See map below

 

Keynote

 

Terrell McSweeny 

Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission  

@TMcSweenyFTC

 

 

Panel

  • Julie Fergerson, Chairperson ITRC Board of Directors, and SVP of Industry Solutions, Ethoca
  • Adam Levin, Chairman and Co-founder of IDT911 and Credit.com, and former Director of the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs
  • Jonathan J. Rusch, Deputy Chief for Strategy and Policy, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice
  • Steve Toporoff, FTC Attorney, Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, Bureau of Consumer Protection
  • Eva Velasquez, President/CEO of Identity Theft Resource Center

 

Identity theft continues to affect victims of all ages and income levels, while the path to resolution remains unclear. The ITRC Aftermath victim impact survey focuses on capturing the emotional effects of identity theft and behavioral changes experienced after victimization. 

Join FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny and an esteemed group of panelists as we discuss the key findings of this victim impact survey and the ways in which we can leverage this information to better serve victims and consumers.

Can’t make it to the event but want to be involved? Join in at 9:30am ET Oct. 29 on Twitter and follow along with the hashtag #IDTheftImpact. We’ll be sharing statistics and facts from the findings, and the experts’ thoughts on how to move forward.

It’s important that law enforcement, financial institutions, credit bureaus, and even government and advocacy groups, realize that behind each of the statistics there is a person dealing with the emotional impact of the crime, and the changes in their behavior that victimization brings.

To RSVP, click the registration button below, or go directly to the invitation information page: ITRC Aftermath Victim Survey Event Page.

 

 

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