Eggs & Updates Quarterly Networking Breakfast & Speaker's Bureau. Speaker Topic: BUSINESS IDENTITY THEFT. WE'RE MAKING AN IMPACT. JOIN US. SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN THE VOICE OF LOCAL BUSINESS.Name: Eggs & Updates Quarterly Networking Breakfast & Speaker's Bureau. Speaker Topic: BUSINESS IDENTITY THEFT. WE'RE MAKING AN IMPACT. JOIN US. SUPPORT AND STRENGTHEN THE VOICE OF LOCAL BUSINESS.Date: April 11, 2017Time: 7:15 AM - 8:45 AM PDTWebsite: San Marcos Chamber of CommerceRegistration: Register NowEvent Description:
EGGS & UPDATES
Quarterly Networking Breakfast
We're Making an Impact.
Strengthen the Voice
of Local Business.
EDUCATION, PREVENTION, ASSISTANCE
Think Thieves Only Target Individuals?
Community Relations Director
San Diego District Attorney's Office
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
7:15 AM - 8:45 AM
101 S Las Posas
San Marcos, CA
Business Identity Theft:
Business identity theft is a newer development in the criminal enterprise of identity theft. Thieves are targeting businesses like yours for quick and easy profit, with devastating consequences. It is a serious risk and you need to know the facts before your business becomes the next victim.
What is Business Identity Theft?
Learn the latest statistics on business identity theft, what business identity theft is, how thieves strike a business, and how to better protect yourself and your business. Identity theft isn't a crime that strikes only consumers. Businesses, of all types and sizes, are squarely in the cross-hairs of identity theft and have become prime targets for identity thieves.
Business identity theft happens when criminals pose as owners, officers or employees of a business to illegally get cash, credit, and loans, leaving the victimized business with the debts. Identity thieves can steal a business' identity by gaining access to the business' bank accounts and credit cards or by stealing sensitive information such as the Tax Identification number (TIN), Employer Identification number (EIN) or the owners' Social Security number (SSN). Criminals then use the stolen information to establish lines of credit with banks or retailers to purchase commercial electronics, home improvement materials, gift cards, and other items that can be bought and exchanged for cash or sold with relative ease.
Perpetrators of business identity theft are often employees or former employees with direct access to financial documentation. Victims of business identity theft often do not find out about the crime until significant losses accumulate, or someone discovers discrepancies on the books. Because of the hidden nature of the transactions, businesses can potentially lose large amounts of money.How do Business Identity Theft Schemes Work?
How do thieves steal a business identity? Is your business at risk? Knowing the tricks and methods of business identity thieves can help you to reduce your business' risks of becoming their next victim.
What are Your Personal Risks as an Owner?
As a business owner or key executive, your personal information is closely tied to your business and is also at risk. When a business' identity is stolen, the owner's own personal identity is also often used in the crimes.
How Can You Protect Your Business?
Thieves regularly target unsuspecting businesses that don't protect themselves. Learn ways you can thwart the efforts of business identity thieves and protect yourself and your business from business ID theft directly from Jesse Navarro from Bonnie Dumanis, San Diego District Attorney. Jesse will discuss real world examples and types of business identity theft and security steps you can take. He'll discuss what you absolutely must know to protect your business.
Enjoy breakfast, great conversation, and learn how to minimize business losses due to Identity Theft, while engaging with old friends and new soon to be friends! Prepare a 15 to 30-second "elevator speech" (brief overview) about your business to heighten awareness amongst business individuals who may need your services professionally and/or personally. Chamber Connections give business participants the chance to expand, strengthen and build strong business relationships.
Bring plenty of business cards and your best 15 to 30-second "infomercial" about your product or services. Share how you hope to engage and/or potentially share information that may benefit all attendees.
Register Online by Monday, April 10, 5 PM and Save!
Members $25 (breakfast included)
Future Members $45 (breakfast included)
At-the-Door on Tuesday, April 11
or after 5 PM Monday, April 10
Members $30 (breakfast included)
Future Members $50 (breakfast included)
SMCC's Payment, Reservation and Cancellation Policy:
Advance Event Registration Required. Payment in full due at time of reservation. Refunds require cancellation a minimum of 72-hours working hours in advance of scheduled event. Refund requests in writing required (with original payment information). Refund fees apply. Reserved no shows will be charged full price.
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