"Fraud Prevention for your business and yourself" present in Iowa Falls November 20
IOWA FALLS – Scams and fraud are as old as time. With the increase in technology, and the convenience of the internet, comes new and more sophisticated fraud. Businesses and individuals can put what they feel are the best safeguards in place to protect their business and personal interests as well as their identity and belongings, but there are scams and fraud that continue to evolve, penetrate and thrive in today's fraud "landscape." Join us to learn more about the types of fraud most targeted to both businesses and individuals at "Fraud Prevention for Your Business & Yourself" on Wed., Nov. 20, from 8:30 – 11:45 am, at the Ellsworth Community College Agriculture & Renewable Energy Building, Room 110.
This presentation is part of the "Business to You" series in Iowa Falls, sponsored by Iowa Valley Continuing Education and Iowa Falls Chamber/Main Street, and made possible through the Hardin County Community Endowment Foundation and the Iowa Falls Hotel/Motel tax funding.
Program presenter Brian Endrizal with the US Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, will address: electronic fraud; the increase in payment fraud in Iowa; fraud on bank accounts; check and electronic fraud; how businesses can mitigate the risk of payment fraud; cyber crimes; international mass marketing fraud; the most current and perpetuated scams and more! Also addressed will be the belief surrounding fraud that "if it looks too good to be true..." Endrizal also has a background in international espionage and exporting.
Cost is$10 and includes breakfast items. Pre-registration is required. Persons can register for course # BUS 1001-008 by calling IVCE at 641-752-4645 or 1-800-284-4823 or by registering online at www.iowavalley.com. The Ellsworth Community College Agriculture & Renewable Energy Building is located on Highway 65 South, Iowa Falls.