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Kids and families are spending more time online than ever before. While the internet can be a valuable resource for many, it can also be a playground for things like malicious content, cyberbullying, and bad actors seeking to prey on unsuspecting individuals for things such as identity theft and fraud – which isn’t limited to adults. In fact, 1 in 50 U.S. children were victims of identity fraud, and 1 in 45 had personal information that was exposed in a data breach according to Javelin Strategy & Research. And that’s just from this past year.

In this webinar, Iris Powered by Generali & Javelin Strategy & Research will provide the audience with an in-depth analysis of the child identity fraud landscape as well as offer guidance and tips to help parents mitigate their families’ risk of identity theft and fraud.

Participants in this webinar will learn:

  • The negative effects of child identity fraud, including time to resolve an identity fraud incident, financial impacts of child ID fraud, etc.
  • How unrestricted internet access can put children at risk
  • How to secure home devices for child safety
  • Best practices for sharing information online, particularly on social media

Session Speakers:

Eugenia Blackstone (Moderator), CMO, Iris Powered by Generali

Tracy Kitten, Director, Fraud & Security, Javelin Strategy & Research

Malcolm Webb, Team Lead, Iris Powered by Generali

Location

Virtual

Date & Time

February 8, 2022 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm (ET)