If You Are Me, Then Who Am I: The Personal and Business Reality of Identity Theft
So you think you know what Identity Theft is? What if you are wrong? If you think it is about a man talking with a woman's voice and a big joke, you ... Show synopsis So you think you know what Identity Theft is? What if you are wrong? If you think it is about a man talking with a woman's voice and a big joke, you're at risk. The fact is, whether you are a private citizen or a business owner, not knowing what Identity Theft is and what you can do about it may be a dangerous liability. As a private citizen, not knowing about the 5 types of Identity Theft could be putting you and your family at risk. As a business owner, the government has put you on the hook for Identity Theft; shouldn't you know why they have and what you can do about it? In If You Are Me, Then Who Am I, you will learn what Identity Theft really is and what you can do about it. Confused about what Identity Theft products actually do for you. Read inside about the good, the bad and the ugly of Identity Theft products. Are you a business owner? Find out what the government is doing to try to stem the tide of Identity Theft and what you can do to protect yourself and meet the compliance requirements of these new laws. Finally, how do all of the pieces of Identity Theft fit together to tell you where we are going? Find out inside... John P. Gardner, Jr. is an attorney and one of the nation's leading experts on Identity Theft. He consults with various states on Identity Theft, Privacy and Data Protection legislation. He is a former member of the South Carolina General Assembly. James McCartney is an identity management and privacy consultant with BearingPoint. He is currently working to reduce the unnecessary use of the Social Security Number in the Department of Defense and Veterans Health Adminstration. Jeffrey Omtvedt resides in MI, with his wife and son, where he consultson issues pertaining to Risk Management, IT, HR Strategies, Life Events Legal Plans, Identity Theft Awareness and Liability, and the Erosion of Privacy.