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How to Stay Safe from Cyber Crime and Identity Theft

Cyber scams and frauds continue to pervade our society so how can you protect yourself? Jeff Lanza and Schultz Financial Group will provide you with easy-to-implement solutions to real-world cyber risks.

This webinar will provide 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
    • Identify COVID scams and robo calls

Date: May 19, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm PDT
Length: 1 hour

Webinar will be recorded if you are unable to attend on May 19th.

About the Speaker:

Jeff Lanza


Jeff Lanza 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 has lectured at Harvard and Princeton Universities and written a book on the topic of cybercrime. He often appears on national television news programs where he talks about the growing threat of cybercrime.




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