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    MCSHRM's August Meeting- Identify Theft in the Workplace & it's impact on HR

    Date: August 17, 2016, 6:00pm – 8:30pm
    Montgomery County SHRM
    Holiday Inn
    2 Montgomery Village
    Gaithersburg, MD
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    Identity Theft is currently the fastest growing white collar crime in the country and the risk has never been greater. From employees to customers, there is a major need to educate on all levels and protect sensitive data. In this presentation, participants will learn about the major types of identity theft, as well as how to be more prepared to protect non-public information (NPI). At the conclusion of this course, participants will:

    • Have a better understanding of what identity theft is, and how it affects HR professionals.
    • Have a clearer picture of what to expect if their organization is a victim.
    • Understand how to educate employees on protecting company data and safeguarding non-public information (NPI).

    About the speaker

    Kris Evans is a professional speaker and partner with the Harvard Risk Management Corporation, a consulting company specializing in identify theft protection. Having worked in this industry for over fourteen years, completing numerous trainings, seminars, and certifications, he is a Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Consultant. His blend of humor with his knowledge on the subject matter has made Kris on eof the most sought-after speakers on this topic. He has spoken with countless organizations, including SHRM, Chambers of Commerce, many associations and government organizations, as well as thousands of individuals nationwide about the devastating effects of identity theft, and how to more fully protect their private information.

    Prior to working with HRMC, Kris served as a Vice President for a New York Stock Exchange company, earning multiple training and speaking awards.

    Kris is currently residing in Lebanon, TN with his wife Kaci and their four children.