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Information Control: The Critical Need for a Defensible Position - Securing the Information Ecosystem

Given an overview of Identity Theft, fraud and information exposure participants will discover that the liability of these issues is much broader than they are prepared to manage.

Given case studies and stories from field experience, participants will identify gaps in information compliance policies and practices that place every organization at risk beyond areas of commerce, compliance, and technology.

Upon completion of the session participants will recognize critical gaps in their information ecosystem that need to be addressed in order to create a defensible position in the case of a breach.

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Tom Glanville

Tom is the founder and CEO at Identity Theft Loss Prevention, LLC. Tom served in the United States Air Force as an Avionics Flight Control System Specialist during Desert Storm. He received a metal for his heroic efforts for saving lives and aircraft. Following his military service, he worked as a government contractor on highly sophisticated security systems for Classified and Top Secret information.

Due to Tom falling victim to ID Theft and Fraud 4 times between 1996 and 1998. At that time identity theft was relatively new with very few resources for victims. Learning from his personal experience, combined with his military training, Tom founded Identity Theft Loss Prevention to educate individuals, families, and businesses. The company has become nationally recognized for practice assessment, management, and training to identify and limit information exposure.

Recently, Tom was invited to participate in an elite group that advises the Federal Bureau of Investigation Cyber Crimes Division and the Dept of Homeland Security on matters of national security.

Tom Glanville