Protect Your Business Against Identity Theft
Identity theft is a serious threat to business, partnership, estate and trust filers. It is important to take strong security measures to protect your business' and your employees' data. In this session, the IRS and a seasoned IT professional will share the following:
· Signs of business identity theft
· Data Security Plans and How to Protect Your Business
· The importance of Educating Your Employees
Speaker(s): Evette Davis has been with the Internal Revenue Service for 33 1⁄2 years. She is currently a Senior Stakeholder Liaison representative for the Internal Revenue Service, Communication & Liaison Division located in Charlotte, N.C.She works very closely with various N.C. and S.C. Federal, State and Local governments, Tax Professionals as well as industries and business organizations. Her goal is to educate stakeholders about recent tax law changes, provide small business resources and services necessary to promote business longevity and voluntary compliance. She is the NC/SC Area Lead for Business Industries, NC/SC Disaster Assistance, Tax Practitioner Institutes and the SC Area Lead for Tax Professionals. Johnny Largin is a technology guru with a combined 25 years of experience in corporate and non-corporate IT management. His experience helping teams use technology to work safely and efficiently spans across supply chain, healthcare, and legal industries.Johnny started Complete Works, Inc. out of a desire to help small business owners use technology to better manage their business. His passion for evaluating, buying, and implementing technology is instrumental to his clients’ continued success. His mission is to help small business owners strengthen and grow. He does this by partnering with clients to understand their current and future business goals, then implements and supports the solutions to enable client success. Johnny strongly believes his success is based upon his clients’ success. He enjoys sharing knowledge and uses social media to supply helpful tips and tricks which educate on topics ranging from buying computers and software to cybersecurity.
Co-Sponsor(s): U.S. Bank Access Business
Fee: No Cost