Life After the Equifax Breach

The Equifax data breach forever changed the landscape of consumer data protection. For consumers, it was the first time that a breach exposed at one time essentially all the components an identity thief needs to commit a variety of crimes. This webinar approaches the topic through the lens of what a thief can do with personally identifiable information and recommended actions to reduce the risks of becoming a victim.

Karen Poff has served as an Extension Agent with Virginia Cooperative Extension for 32 years. She is responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating research-based Extension educational programs for diverse audiences with primary emphasis on family financial education in a five-county area in the Northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. She received her undergraduate degree in Family and Consumer Studies from Radford University in 1987 and her Master's in Public Administration from James Madison University in 1992. She has been an Accredited Financial Counselor since 2007 and is currently working on a second Master's degree in Family Financial Planning through GPIDEA distance education.

Created by Laura Hendrix

Primary Audience: Extension Professionals