Steps to prevent fraud and ID theft
when working with client data
Better Business Bureau is a nonprofit public service organization with a mission to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. BBB encourages and supports best practices by engaging with, and educating, consumers and businesses. Of special interest in today's data environment is how to prevent fraud, identity theft, and general data theft. All businesses are vulnerable and consultant often have to deal with client data.
For over 100 years BBB has helped people make smarter decisions and is evolving to meet fast changing marketplace needs. We will cover BBB Accreditation, Standards of Trust, Business and Consumer Tips, Major Scam Tactics, and all of our free Programs & Services.
About the Speaker:
Amy Schram has been with Better Business Bureau since 2011 and serves as Community Relations Manager. Her focus is to foster the business to consumer relationship and educate the public at large on all BBB programs and services. She delivers between 150 - 200 free programs each year speaking to thousands of business and community members throughout Eastern Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
Prior to joining BBB Amy was traveling throughout New England serving as a motivational speaker for Monster's Making It Count Programs where she delivered interactive presentations for high school juniors and seniors geared to inspire and encourage students on how to make the most of their high school experience, succeed in college, and best prepare themselves to maximize their opportunities upon graduation.
She is a graduate of Emerson College in Boston, MA where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree and has performed professionally across the country including within The Walt Disney World Company in Orlando, FL.
This meeting is Sponsored by:
Malcolm Poole, Business Coaching and Organizational Consulting
The ACE regular meeting has networking, a buffet breakfast and a speaker. Guests are welcome. There is often an optional Roundtable after the main meeting.
Registrations (and registration cancellations) are required by November 12th. If you want to be included on the registration list at the meeting then you need to register by the due date.
You can pay online by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover) or mail a check to:
110 Marginal Way #142
Portland ME 04101
If you are mailing a check, please register here so the system can track the registrants for us. Thanks!
Members: the $22 fee only works if you pay in advance. At the door, it is $28.
If you find you can't attend, please notify us by November 12th. After that date, we cannot refund or push forward.
Cancellation - the meeting will be cancelled if Portland Schools are cancelled.