Identity Theft 911 Expert Leads Two Data Security Learning Sessions at National Association of Insurance Commissioners E-Reg Conference

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Presentations will focus on data security and risks for mobile electronics, as well as data breach regulation and data law changes for organizations and individuals in the insurance industry.

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"These sessions will help those in the regulatory or insurance industries understand the threats that challenge their company, as well as the ever-changing laws,” said Eduard Goodman, chief privacy officer, Identity Theft 911.

Identity Theft 911, the nation’s premier consultative provider of identity and data risk management, resolution and education services, will be conducting two data security learning sessions at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) E-Reg Conference in Kansas City, MO. Eduard Goodman, chief privacy officer of Identity Theft 911, will be leading the two sessions on May 3, titled Data Security Issues for IT Professionals: The Evolving Insurance and Regulatory Environment followed by another session titled Data Security!

Conducted from 1:00 to 1:30 pm CT, Data Security Issues for IT Professionals: The Evolving Insurance and Regulatory Environment will focus on smart phones, cloud computing, and social networking and the additional risk they create for a data breach. The session will also look at the distinct threats regulators and regulated organizations in the insurance industry are presented, as well as new trends in enforcement.

At 3:00 to 3:45 pm CT, Data Security! will discuss mobile electronics and the threats they present to organizations and employees. This session is a must-see for smaller agencies, which are the most vulnerable, and often unprotected, from cyber hacks.

“With the combination of high technology, social media and agents on the road, it is imperative that organizations understand the privacy and data security risks associated with being mobile,” said Eduard Goodman, chief privacy officer, Identity Theft 911. “These sessions will help those in the regulatory or insurance industries understand the threats that challenge their company, as well as the ever-changing laws.”

Eduard Goodman is an internationally trained attorney and privacy expert with more than a decade of experience in privacy law, fraud and identity management. He is a member of the state bar of Arizona and served as the 2008-2009 section chair of the bar’s Internet, E-Commerce & Technology Law Practice Section.

To learn more about the NAIC conference please visit http://ereg.naic.org.

About Identity Theft 911
Founded in 2003, Identity Theft 911 is the nation’s premier consultative provider of identity and data risk management, resolution and education services. The company serves 13 million households across the country and provides fraud solutions for a range of organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, the country’s largest insurance companies, corporate benefit providers, banks and credit unions and membership organizations. Since 2005, the company has helped more than 150,000 businesses manage data breaches. For more information, please visit http://www.idt911.com.

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