Internet Security and Identity Theft Protection Seminar
The Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce will host a seminar on Tuesday, April 14 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. which will provide an overview of identity theft and internet security. The seminar is part of the Pugh CPAs VALUE Series, a monthly networking and business education opportunity held at the Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce. VALUE stands for Venture, Achieve, Learn, Understand and Evolve. The public is invited to attend.
Rick Spradlin, Senior IT Auditor at Pugh CPAs will be the presenter. The seminar will cover how to safeguard against internet thieves and electronic scams. Spradlin will examine how thieves gain access to personal information and the many ways individuals provide them with personal information without knowing it. Spradlin will also show examples of how internet scams work and which webpages to avoid.
As a Senior IT Auditor at Pugh CPAs, Ric has extensive experience in management of bank operations, compliance with related federal laws and regulations, identity theft protection, intrusion protection systems, daily operations, investigations, debit/credit card transactions and bank secrecy. Spradlin is a graduate of Tennessee Technology University, and the TBA Tennessee School of Banking and FDIC Information Technology Examiners Training.
Cost to attend the session is included in the membership investment for members of the Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce. For those who have not yet chosen to join the Chamber, cost is $30 per person. Anyone interested in joining the Chamber may contact Lauren Fritts at 483-1321 or email@example.com. To register, visit the Chamber's website: www.oakridgechamber.org.
The Oak Ridge Chamber of Commerce is a Four-Star Accredited Chamber of Commerce.
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