San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Learn about the different forms of identity theft and where thieves typically search to retrieve your personal information. Become more responsible and deliberate in how you secure your sensitive information, and learn the importance of monitoring your credit and bank statements to identify suspicious activity. Learn how to prevent yourself from becoming a victim, as well as how to react to an emergency when your information has been compromised.
Learn to identify fraud risk from cyber thieves, employees, and customers. Understand how many fraud attacks are carried out. Find out how to create controls and develop best practices to prevent internal and external fraud. Unfortunately, being a thief is a full time job for some people, so let Regions show you how to help put them out of business.
This seminar will answer these big questions:
- What are the common forms of identity theft and how can you protect yourself?
- What if you suspect you are a victim of identity theft?
- How can you prepare in advance?
- What are the ways fraud can happen to your business?
- How can you protect your business and yourself?
Event Partner: Regions Bank
About Our Speakers
VP of Commerical Banking for Regions Bank
After 10 years in commercial banking, Renz Kuipers left to start an ecommerce company. Utilizing SEO, his company expanded from a small Los Angeles based operation to over 3000 clients across the country. He later sold the company and co founded Carvoyant, a connected car API platform, to help developers and businesses alike tap into the potential of the connected car. A year ago he joined Regions Bank to build a tech company banking practice.
VP of Financial Education for Regions Bank
Robert Lindsey is a banking professional of 11 years and has focused on financial education in the community for the past 4 years. Robert has a passion for educating groups and individuals on key financial concepts that were not taught in school with the goal of changing lives one at a time. Prior to banking, he had a career in the restaurant industry, including having full control of operations at a single location, and then moving into an Information Technology role.
USF is an Equal Opportunity/ Equal Access/ Affirmative Action Institution. Please notify USF CONNECT, 3802 Spectrum Blvd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL, 33612, call 813-974-1082, or email Laurie Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org, a minimum of five (5) working days in advance, if an accommodation for a disability is required.
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When & Where
USF CONNECT is the business and economic development initiative of the University of South Florida (USF) that provides support for technology start-ups and serves as the point of entry for companies looking to do business with USF.
- Drives economic development through several programs including Tampa Bay Technology Incubator (TBTI), Student Innovation Incubator (SII), and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s (The Corridor) Matching Grants Research Program
- Unites technology and talent with businesses throughout a 23 county region, providing access to top-tier research, faculty, students, inventors, local organizations, economic development councils, supporting industry and capital funding sources
- Facilitates the needs of Tampa Bay's technology and bio/life sciences entrepreneurs throughout the business life cycle by providing professional amenities and resources for successful business development and technology commercialization