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ID Theft/Breach Prevention Certified Risk Manager/Speaker

Contact:Mr. John Chapman
Mailing Address: 4833 Front St #B-105, Castle Rock, Colorado, United States of America 80104
Phone:303-663-9027
FAX:866-248-4030
E-mail:john@preventabreach.com
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“Your presentation made our whole office more aware of how to be safer, and everyone loved it too! Thank you!" ~ C. Kremer, Broomfield, CO
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Fields of Interest:

Insurance, Law, Small Business, Education, Information Management, Health Economics, Health Law, Health Policy, Medical Education, Risk Management, Legal, Healthcare

Most Requested Topics/Programs:

  • Identity Theft
  • Security Awareness
  • Breach Prevention
  • Red Flags Rule
  • FWA

Recent Engagements:

  • ADE Medical Society (2/2/10)
  • American Association of Professional Coders (1/19/10)
  • Society for Certified Public Accountants
  • Professional Association of Health Care Office Managers
  • Boulder Valley IPA
  • Medical Offices (various)
  • Schools (various)
  • Businesses (various)
Length of presentation:1 hour
Travels From:Colorado
Travel Limits:None
Target Audience:Any
AV Requirements:Projector & Screen
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Biography:

Mr. Chapman has been the keynote speaker for such organizations as the Society for Certified Public Accountants, the Professional Association for Health Care Officer Managers, Boulder Valley IPA, American Association of Professional Coders, ADEMS, and more. He has trained thousands how to reduce risk and liability (both corporately and personally), while simultaneously helping individual organizations comply with various information-related legislation via a comprehensive training and documentation program provided at little or no charge. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics from the University of California and is a Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist. Formerly a consultant for Oracle Corporation, John now devotes his time helping businesses, organizations, and individuals reduce their risk and liability through a unique, informative, and humorous presentation. John and his wife Jai Jai, an equine professional, reside in Colorado and are fortunate to enjoy a family of 10 Arabian horses, 2 dogs, and three cats.

What is the only crime where you are guilty until proven innocent?

Identity theft remains the #1 crime in America. It continues to grow and impact not just individuals, but corporations, organizations, and educational institutions as well in different, and often unexpected, ways. Companies face new legislative requirements on the federal, and sometimes state, level for identity theft as well as data breach notification requirements. Organizations who lose the sensitive information of their customers, patients, or students find themselves with a significant threat to their reputation because of negative media attention, which often leads to reduced revenue. Employees who become victims themselves often need hundreds of hours to deal with the personal, legal, and even emotional ramifications, causing a decrease in productivity as well as an increase in absenteeism.

Individuals are affected by identity theft well beyond their credit. In fact, credit card identity theft is less than 30% of the problem. Two of the fastest growing types of the crime are medical identity theft and child identity theft. Medical identity theft, for example, can lead to improper care, even death, because one’s medical records have been corrupted by another individual with a different blood type or allergy. A child’s credit report can be ruined without their knowledge, making student loans and credit cards extremely difficult to obtain when needed the most. Victims are arrested for crimes committed by an identity thief, or find themselves fighting the IRS for wages earned under their identity by someone else.

Identity theft cannot be prevented, but like any risk, it can be effectively managed. This engaging and humorous presentation explains identity theft in its varied forms, pertinent statistics and legislation, how to reduce the risk to both individuals and companies, and provides resources for understanding the differences between personal identity theft protection services.

This presentation is provided at no charge to select venues.

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