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    Identity Theft in the Workplace and Its Impact on HR

    Date: September 22, 2016, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    SKCHRA
    Location:
    CenterPoint Conference Park
    Conference Center/Commons Building
    (Adjacent to Alki Bakery)
    20809 72nd Ave S
    Kent, WA 98032
    Price:
    Early Registration: SKCHRA Chapter Members are $27.00, Non-SKCHRA Chapter Members are $32.00 and Students are $17.00 (Meal Deal Card Holders save 10%)
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    Identity Theft is currently the fastest growing white collar crime in the country and the risk has never been greater. From employees to customers, there is a major need to educate on all levels and protect sensitive data. In this presentation, participants will learn about the major types of identity theft, as well as how to be more prepared to protect non-public information (NPI). At the conclusion of this course, participants will:

    1.  Have a better understanding of what identity theft is, and how it affects HR professionals.

    2.  Have a better understanding of what to expect if their organization is a victim.

    3.  Understand how to educate employees on protecting company data and safeguarding non-public information (NPI).

    This presentation has been approved for 1 HRCI General Re-certification Credit and 1 SHRM-CP/SCP Professional Development Credit

    Presented By:

    Kris Evans

    Rose Barker is a Certified Identity Theft and Risk Management Specialist with Harvard Risk Management, the nation’s largest educator and broker of identity theft protection for businesses and employees.

    Rose is a small business owner, inventor of the Passport Pocket, and is passionate about fostering local community.  She serves on the Board of Directors for MERIT, a non-profit helping people to launch and grow micro businesses through mentorship and education.

    When she’s not in Oregon, you can usually find her living in Mexico, Ecuador, or another Spanish-speaking country, usually volunteering for non-profits.  You can also find Rose fundraising by bike for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, swimming rivers, and gardening.

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