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July 29, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
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Small businesses are at the highest risk for identity theft and cyber-crime and are particularly vulnerable during COVID-19. Perpetrators of business identity theft can harm a small business’s cash flow, affect relationships with creditors and suppliers, and damage a business’s reputation. This webinar will engage advocates who work with small business owners to ensure that they are up-to-date on the most current methods by which identity thieves target small businesses, how to report these instances, and how to identify the red flags.
-Encourage open dialogue around cyber-crime and identity theft concerns for small business owners
-Help participants identify red flags and teach them how to take proactive steps to minimize their company’s risk
-Encourage participants to utilize available reporting resources if they know or suspect their company is a victim of identity theft and/or a cyber-crime
-Equip participants with information to train business owners about ways to protect themselves