2401941 | Webcasts & Webinars | Intermediate | Scheduled
K2's Personal Privacy
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 8:00am - 10:00am
With much of our personal information collected and stored by others – sometimes without us even knowing about it – what can we do to help protect our privacy? Personal privacy is one of the biggest concerns of many individuals and organizations. Therefore, we should consider the implications of personal privacy at both levels. By taking part in this session, you will learn valuable techniques that can help you identify what elements of your personal information are at risk. Perhaps more importantly, you will learn what you can do to get back in control.
- List examples of personal information that has already been exposed
- Identify how cybercriminals exploit personal information
- Create an action plan for getting in charge of your personal information
- Thomas G. Stephens (view bio)
Business professionals seeking to protect not only their own personal data, but also that of clients, customers, team members, and other stakeholders
- Discovering what companies such as Amazon and Google know about you
- How to “cleanse” your public profiles
- What to do if you believe your data is compromised
Thomas G. Stephens
Thomas G. (Tommy) Stephens Jr., CPA, CITP, is an associate at K2 Enterprises. After working at BellSouth Corportation Mr. Stephens opened his public accounting practice in the metropolitan Atlanta area in 1994. In his practice, Mr. Stephens provided accounting, tax, and consulting services to individuals and a wide variety of small and emerging businesses. As part of his practice, he developed a successful consulting practice providing installation and support services on small business accounting software. Additionally, he began writing and presenting continuing professional education courses to accounting and finance professionals. In 2003, Mr. Stephens affiliated with K2 Enterprises, where he continues to develop and present educational programs to accounting and finance professionals.