Protecting Your Employees and the Workplace: Minimize Their Internet Footprint and Reduce Identity Theft
Personal identifying information appears on the internet from many sources- property deeds, voter records, telephone directory listings, marketing subscriptions, newspaper articles, social media, to name a few. This internet footprint, combined with data breaches, leaves an individual vulnerable to identity theft, credit card fraud, and virtual and real-life harassment.
Join Dr. Kim E. Miller, Director of Investigative Intelligence and Analysis with Porzio Compliance Services, and Diane Fleming Averell, Esq., Principal with Porzio, Bromberg and Newman, P.C., as they share real-world examples of how bad actors can weaponize individual internet footprints to wreak havoc on your employees, their families, and your workplace, and offer advice on what your people can do NOW to minimize their internet footprints and the attendant risks to your organization. Dr. Miller will share best practices for securing your online accounts, devices, and data, as well as how to avoid common pitfalls and scams to protect your organization’s employees, reputation, and ultimately, its bottom line.