Identity theft is not just something you read about in the paper. Everyone has a chance of becoming a victim. The monetary and emotional cost of repairing your identity can be extensive, requiring years to recover. Identity theft happens across the spectrum of income ranges and other demographic factors.
The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) is widely sought after for seminars, conferences and forums. Our speakers have traveled across the country numerous times to provide training for business groups, financial institutions, and law enforcement.
If you would like to arrange for a speaker presentation for your group or organization please send us a request at Communications@idtheftcenter.org or call Toll Free (888) 400-5530.
You may also request that a presentation be customized on a topic to meet your group’s specific needs. We welcome the opportunity to tailor a presentation to fit your organization’s specific interests.
Please note: At this time we are only able to give in-person presentations locally in southern California. If you are outside of our area, we have a webinar option or we’d be happy to explore travel costs for having one of our experts come to your city.
GENERAL IDENTITY THEFT
This presentation covers general information about identity theft.
- What is identity theft?
- How do criminals steal your information?
- Tips to reduce the risk of becoming a victim
Time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Audience: Community, employee groups, students
HANDS-ON PRIVACY WORKSHOP
This workshop covers privacy settings on mobile devices, when installing apps and when engaging on social media platforms.
- Using a hands-on approach, attendees are informed on such issues as “information privacy” and “internet privacy”
- Provides step-by-step instructions on how to change privacy settings on their mobile devices.
Time: Approximately two hours
Audience: Community, employee groups, students, teens
IDENTITY THEFT FOR BUSINESSES
This training focuses is on increasing awareness of identity theft and privacy issues facing the business world today.
- Overview on types of identity theft
- Impact of identity theft on victims
- Current threats and trends
- Need for best practices to protect and secure information
- Tips for developing a breach incident plan
Audience: Companies and other Enterprises, including institutions of higher education, healthcare facilities, and government agencies