Navigating Identity Theft: How to Educate and Protect Your Employees and Clients
Date: Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Twenty percent of employees report that financial concerns (including breaches that expose personal information) have been a distraction at work, according to the 2015 PWC Employee Financial Wellness Survey.
Employees are often unsure of how to manage their identity and avoid data breaches, and while victims of identity theft become distraught and distracted. These concerns put added pressure on employers’ retention strategies and on benefits brokers to provide up-to-date protection and information for their employer clients.
Adding proactive and reactive identity management services as a voluntary benefit is something many organizations are actively exploring to help retain their top employees, add a layer of protection, and avoid stress that may impact performance as employees navigate identity theft issues.
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Director of Business Development
Page has more than 25 years of experience in employee benefits with health insurance carriers, benefit brokerage/consulting firms, and communications/marketing companies. Before joining IDT911, Page was the executive VP at Chesapeake Insurance Advisors overseeing their healthcare exchanges and carrier partnership initiatives. Page started his career with Medigroup HMO, a subsidiary of Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ, achieving the role of Director of Sales, as well as Aetna Health Plans where he established sales and distribution channels in their Delaware Small Business Market (SBM). He later cofounded Benefitport Mid-Atlantic, a leading provider of distribution and technology solutions for the employee benefit group insurance industry.
Senior Vice President and Program Director
Medical Identity Fraud Alliance (MIFA)
Ann Patterson is SVP and Program Director for the Medical Identity Fraud Alliance (MIFA). She oversees member programming, including committees, working groups, deliverables, member engagement and meetings, and manages member recruitment, retention and marketing. Prior to MIFA, Ann was VP of Member Relations and Communications at BITS/Financial Services Roundtable, focused on delivering value through member programs and executing the communications and press relations program. She also managed the Product Certification Program, a software testing program that allowed companies to certify against security criteria. Previously, she worked in communications for Ernst & Young Technologies, PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Department of Defense.
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