Be careful who you hire and who you fire – from regular employees to temps, who you let have access to data can turn into an identity theft nightmare for your customers and clients.
Somerville was arrested and taken from her Walnut Creek home in hand cuffs this past year. She was charged with 19 felonies, including felony identity theft on a no-bail warrant out of Colorado. Someone had stolen over $60,000 and police in Colorado believed Somerville was part of the scam.
If you own a company and haven’t yet put together a comprehensive identity theft plan for your company, please contact us for more information (at no cost to you). For those of you who are CITRMS certified, or are benefits specialists speaking to companies about their need to pprotect themselves against data breach lawsuits, here’s …