Schultz Financial Group hosted a webinar on the topic of How to Stay Safe from Cyber Crime and Identity Theft. Our guest speaker was Jeff Lanza who is a cyber security and identity theft expert who was an FBI Special Agent for over 20 years, during which he investigated cybercrime, organized crime, human trafficking, and terrorism. Jeff provided our audience with some easy-to-implement solutions to real-world cyber risks.
This webinar provided tips to help you:
- Prevent cyber fraud, email hijacking, and account takeovers
- Maintain your passwords
- Leverage two-factor authentication
- Avoid wire transfer fraud
- Use mobile devices securely
- Prevent identity theft
- Freeze your credit reports
If you didn’t get a chance to watch the live webinar, we have some on-demand resources for you to review:
Click here for a brief summary video of the webinar.
You can watch the entire recorded webinar here.
Jeff also refers to this handout in the webinar to provide you with helpful cybersecurity tips.
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