Event: $25/Members $35/Non-Members
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:
Kris Evans is a professional speaker, entertainer, and nationally recognized expert on identity theft. Kris is a Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Consultant who has worked in this industry for over fifteen years, completing numerous trainings, seminars, and certifications. His blend of humor with his knowledge on the subject matter has made Kris one of the most sought-after speakers on this topic. He has received countless speaking and training awards, been featured in multiple news publications, consulted with numerous associations and government organizations, as well as spoken with thousands of individuals nationwide about the devastating effects of identity theft and how to protect their private information.
Kris is currently serving as a partner and board member with the Harvard Risk Management Corporation; a consulting company specializing in identity theft education and resides in Lebanon, TN with his wife Kaci, and their four children.
You will also receive a short presentation from Laura Hoen, Career and College Readiness Coordinator from Livingston Career & College Access Network. She will be presenting MiBrightFuture. MiBrightFuture is real-world career development, providing direct links between students and employers: powered by technology, advanced through partnership. Proactive companies can use MI Bright Future to connect with tomorrow’s brightest talent.
Laura attended Western Michigan University for her Bachelor of Arts in Education, and Eastern Michigan University to receive her Masters of Arts in Counseling. She began her experience in counseling as a graduate assistant for the College of Education Clinical Suite on Eastern’s campus. Laura began her counseling career at Whitmore Lake High School as a school counselor, and also opened a private counseling practice in Dexter. Most recently, Laura has taken on the role of College and Career Readiness Coordinator in Livingston County and is charged with starting their Local College Access Network, as well as launching the MIBrightFuture program in Livingston Schools.