Combating Identity Fraud Two Years Later
an effort to keep individuals in Southwest Florida abreast of the issues
associated with identity theft, Hodges University’s Identity Fraud Institute
will host a special luncheon, “Combating Identity Fraud Two Years Later,” on
October 3 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Hodges’ Naples campus.
who attend the luncheon will hear from local, state and national
representatives on the issues of identity theft and data breach.
year’s presenters include Commissioner Adam Putnam, Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services; Senator Kathleen Passidomo, The Florida
Senate, District 28; Sheriff Kevin Rambosk, Collier County Sheriff’s Office;
Dr. Aysegul Timur, senior vice president of academic affairs and dean of the
Johnson School of Business at Hodges University; and Carrie Kerskie, director
of the Identity Fraud Institute at Hodges University.
in 2015, the Identity Fraud Institute hosted an inaugural luncheon to discuss
the identity theft epidemic, what is being done to combat it, as well as its
economic impact in Florida. Two years later, in 2017, Southwest Florida leaders
are coming together to provide an update on the matter.
title sponsor for this year’s event is CenturyLink. Additional sponsorship
opportunities are available. The cost to attend the luncheon is $45 per person.
To register, visit https://hu.formstack.com/forms/ifi_lunch.
For more information, contact Carrie Kerskie at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (239) 598-6281.
the Identity Fraud Institute:
Hodges University’s Identity Fraud Institute is your research and education
partner in the fight against identity theft. Providing services for consumers
and professionals, the Identity Fraud Institute is led by Carrie Kerskie, a
highly sought-after speaker, trainer, author and consultant on the topics of
identity theft, fraud and data privacy.