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ID Theft in the Workplace and Its Impact on HR
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ID Theft in the Workplace and Its Impact on HR

Online Registration closes FRIDAY February 10th. Register by February 10th to ensure Early Bird discount rate and entry.

When: Wednesday, February 15, 2017
11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Where: Fess Parker Doubletree Resort, Fiesta Room on the 3rd Floor
633 E. Cabrillo Boulevard
Santa Barbara, California  93103
United States
Presenter: Rebecca Baker, Harvard Risk Management Corporation
Contact: Chery Cerise, Chapter Administrator, SBHRA
(805) 259-3033

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How much do you know about identity theft, a critical issue of our time? For example:
  • The Federal Trade Commission reports that identity theft has been the NUMBER ONE consumer complaint for SIXTEEN consecutive years.
  • Over 898 million Americans’ identities have been stolen since January 2005.   (
  • Over 500,000 dead people opened bank accounts last year.  (AARP)
  • The revenue from trafficking financial data has surpassed that of drug trafficking.   (US Secret Service)

Join us on February 15th at the Fess Parker Doubletree Resort (Fiesta Room, 3rd floor) when Rebecca Baker, Harvard Risk Management Corporation, discusses identity theft and what to do about it, leaving you with these takeaways:

  • The depths of how identity theft is harming the workplace
  • Five common types of Identify Theft
  • 12 Identity Theft Prevention Tips   


  • 11:30 AM - Noon: Registration, Networking & Lunch
  • Noon - 1:15 PM: Program

Registration Rates


  • Member $40
  • Nonmember $55
  • Web registration closes FRIDAY February 10th
  • Register by February 10th to ensure Early Bird discount rate.


  • Member $50
  • Nonmember $65
  • Walk-ins accepted as space permits.

About The Speaker

Rebecca Baker is the mother of two and a Risk Management Consultant with Harvard Risk Management Corporation. She began her career in financial services in 1995.  Currently she consults corporations, employees, government entities and the general public throughout diversified industries, from high tech to agriculture. Identity theft prevention has become her passion. She enjoys empowering people with data from the FBI, Secret Service and the Federal Trade Commission.

HR Certification Credit

This program is APPROVED for SHRM PD Credit and HRCI Recertification Credit.



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