Public Invited to Learn About Social Media Do’s and Don’ts
Facebook to Twitter to Instagram, social media is everywhere. While an
effective and useful tool for individuals and businesses, it can lead to issues
of identity fraud and more if used incorrectly.
May 10 from 3:00-4:00 p.m., Hodges University’s Identity Fraud Institute will
host “Social Media Do’s and Don’ts.” Led by Carrie Kerskie, director of
Identity Fraud Institute at Hodges, she will discuss the possible dangers
associated with social media, as well as how to protect social media accounts
using privacy settings. In this one-hour workshop, participants
will learn how to set up privacy settings, how to recognize red flags and the
steps to take in the event an account is compromised.
media is a great tool to keep in touch with friends and family anywhere in the
world. But if not used properly, it could expose you to computer viruses,
identity theft and more,” said Kerskie.
workshop will be held on Hodges’ Naples campus, which is located at 2655
Northbrooke Drive, Naples, FL 34119. The cost to attend is $25 and advanced
registration is required.
additional information, contact Carrie Kerskie, director of the Identity Fraud
Institute at Hodges University, at email@example.com
or (239) 598-6281. Visit http://www.hodges.edu/identity/events.aspx
for a complete list of Identity Fraud Institute upcoming events.
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.