Next Thursday, September 22, Boise State University will present a free conference designed to help consumers and business people alike gain the knowledge they need to protect against and recover from identity theft crimes. The conference will run from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in the Student Union building.
- 0755 – 0800 Welcome
- 0800 – 0915 Rick Estberg, IOSS.GOV; ID Theft
- 0915 – 1000 IRA WINKLER, Internet Security Advisors Group (ISAG); Corporate Espionage
- 1000 – 1045 Nora Carpenter, BBB; Scam Alerts
- 1045 – 1100 Senator Larry E. Craig, R-ID; Eldercare and Protecting Seniors from Fraud
- 1100 – 1145 Debra Schriner & Kris Inskeep, INL.GOV; Talking Trash
- 1145 – 1230 C. Honts Ph.D., Boise State University; Psychology of Deception
- 1230 – 1315 Det. Quilter & Jill Langhurst Esq., City of Boise & Ada County; White Collar Crime & Det. Curt Crum, Retail Fraud Schemes
- 1315 – 1400 Detective Ed Hewitt, Ret., City of Vancouver; ID Theft & Meth
- 1400 – 1430 Special Agent Jim Hatch, USSS; Electronic Fraud Schemes
- 1430 – 1500 Brice Sloan, Sloan Fencing; Interviewing Employees for the Prevention of Occupational Fraud
- 1500 – 1530 Mark Albrecht, Hewlett Packard Privacy Manager; What Companies Do With You Information
- 1530 – 1600 Gar Hackney, Esq., Defending the Accused
- 1600 – 1630 Expert Panel: Questions &Answers OR Cory Schou, Ph.D., Idaho State University, Information Assurance
Please visit this page at BSU for more information.