The Real Risk of ID Theft: How it Becomes a Company-Wide Problem
Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Do you understand the real risk of identity theft to your clients and employees? The crime can impact an entire company when it takes employees out of work, creates stress that leads to low productivity, and damages the organization’s reputation. As a broker it’s vital that you help your clients understand how ID theft can become a company-wide problem.
Join this complimentary webcast that will delve into results of a recent survey that asked C-level executives and HR professionals about this topic and help you gain the information, solutions and strategies needed to save your clients time and money. During an overview of why cybersecurity and ID theft matter to you and your clients, experts will also discuss:
Eastbridge Consulting Group
Nick has over 14 years’ experience in sales, distribution and marketing strategy development, management, training and business leadership. Most recently, Nick brought LifeLock into the voluntary benefits market in 2007, built and ran that business, and achieved 388% sales growth over a two-year period. Nick has had direct leadership experience in the development of distribution, marketing, product and administrative strategies for the voluntary benefit marketplace.
With Eastbridge, Nick serves as the company’s Senior Consultant, helping clients enter the business and develop voluntary/worksite strategies as well as improve their business results. Leveraging his experience with companies, from start-up through maturity, Nick brings new perspectives to the voluntary benefits marketplace.
Nick has been featured in several professional articles including BenefitsPro and Employee Benefit News, which share his insights into broker marketing, voluntary strategies, and non-traditional employee benefits.
Executive VP Chief of Staff
As Executive Vice President, Chief of Staff, for CyberScout, Victoria McCoy provides organizational development strategy to the company as well as leading HR initiatives to manage employee and leadership development, support global expansion and enhance overall organizational effectiveness. She has over 20 years of Organizational Development and Human Resources Strategy experience with global and domestic businesses spanning diverse industries including MetLife, Raytheon and Citizens Financial Group. Her focus over the last 15 years has been working with small to medium sized businesses to successfully develop strategic actions for rapid growth, leadership development and geographic expansion.
Victoria has been a speaker at various industry events, most recently at the 2016 NAMIC Claims Conference. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California and MBA from Pepperdine University. Victoria holds the Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) certification.
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