OGDEN, Utah – Approximately every 79 seconds, an identity theft occurs in this nation. The Weber State University Alumni Association recognizes this danger and, in an effort to assist community members in protecting themselves, will host a session Jan. 18 at 7 p.m. in the Lindquist Alumni Center at WSU.
"There are several ideas out there about how to best protect yourself from identity theft," says Gary Toyn, associate director of Alumni Relations. "We want to present the best ideas possible to prevent this from happening."
The discussion will be led by three panelists: Vickie van der Have, CEO of the Weber State Credit Union; Gary Michaud from Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, a leader in identity theft insurance and prevention; and WSU senior network engineer Bill Clark, one of the only certified Internet security specialists in the country.
The identity theft seminar is free to the public. For more information please call the WSU Alumni Association at 626-7635.
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