This is the Library and Academic Institution edition of the Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist(®) (CITRMS®) XV course textbook. This 220-page book is the authoritative and accessible desk reference for all consumers, as well as for any organization that holds personally identifiable information of its customers, members, vendors, patients, clients, or others who have entrusted them with information subject to the threat of identity theft. There are NINE areas of study and reference: 1) Identity Theft Basics and Concepts 2) Magnitude, Classifications, and Trends in Identity Theft 3) What Information is Involved and Who Holds It 4) How Identity Thieves Operate 5) Specialized Areas of Concern 6) Legal and Regulatory Responses to the Identity Theft Challenge 7) Preventive and Remedial Steps for Consumers 8) Risk Management for Businesses 9) Identity Theft Risk Management Solutions For nearly ten years, the CITRMS® certification has been made available by the Institute of Consumer Financial Education (ICFE) and has become the standard in the industry for professionals working with consumers, businesses, and non-profit organizations on managing the risk of identity theft. This is the first time the ICFE has authorized publication of the independent study guide as a stand-alone reference book.
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About the author: Yan Ross is an accredited educator, recognized authority, and actively practiced law for over 30 years, including 10 years in government positions and 20+ years in private practice. He is a graduate of Princeton University and Yale Law School. His accredited courses include a wide array of subjects, such as identity theft, alternative dispute resolution, and ethics, for numerous disciplines, such as attorneys, Certified Financial Planners, and Certified Public Accountants. For over 15 years, he has addressed identity theft risk assessment and management for consumers, organizations holding personally identifiable information, and professionals who work with individuals and organizations who are at risk of falling victim to identity thieves. As Director of Special Projects for the Institute of Consumer Financial Education, Mr. Ross participated in the Identity Theft Standards Panel, a national initiative of the American National Standards Institute, and also conducted a comprehensive survey of providers of identity theft services and risk management solutions. He was a contributing editor of the original CITRMS® course, among the first to earn the CITRMS® credential, and has written this new CITRMS XV ® course for 2016 and beyond.
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