Preventing Identity Theft in Your Business: How to Protect Your Business, Customers, and Employees

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Wiley, Mar 18, 2005 - Business & Economics - 220 pages
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Preventing Identity Theft in Your Business is a reliable guide to help protect companies, their customers, and their employees from the growing problem of identity theft. Real-life examples show managers and executives how to identify business, customer, and employee identity theft, how these crimes are committed, how best to prevent them, and overall, develop an honest company culture. It also covers how to manage this threat in business reorganizations such as mergers, acquisitions, globalization, and outsourcing.
Judith M. Collins (East Lansing, MI) is Associate Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology at the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. She is also the Director of the Michigan State University Identity Theft Partnership in Prevention.

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JUDITH M. COLLINS, PHD, is Associate Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University (MSU), where she teaches information security management. She is also Director of MSU-Business Identity Theft Partnerships in Prevention and the MSU Identity Theft Crime and Research Lab, established in 1999 to work with businesses, law enforcement, and victims of identity theft. She publishes in academic journals, has been a guest on national and local television and radio shows, and is the subject of more than 100 newspaper articles. She is a frequent speaker and conducts law enforcement training throughout the United States.

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