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Identity Theft and Personal Data Loss Risks Emanating from Social Networks

I would like to concentrate on types of identity theft (both individual and corporate) and major risks emanating from social networks. I will look at some of these risks and identify possible solutions to help protect you, your personal information and your company data.

Boris Agranovich: Entrepreneurial business leader with 25+ years of global experience in Financial Services, IT and Consulting . Worked in West & East Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific. Advised executive teams on effective risk management strategies.These range from regulatory requirements such as Basel II to strategic risk propositions such as defining and setting risk appetite, embedding risk management through the organisation.
Founder of the world's premier community for Risk Managers. We help people in the risk area to be connected and the main customers are marketing managers who want to create a greater visibility for their products and services among their prospects with much better results even if they are small and don’t have large media and PR budgets.
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