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More Important Anti-Scam Info From RSN On Facebook
Data Privacy Day is only a few days away, and it’s a great time to think about how your business collects, stores, manages and uses data. Personal information about customers, vendors and/or employees may be valuable to your business – but the protection of that data and transparency of its use is something consumers highly value, too. In this Twitter chat, we’ll discuss the importance of safeguarding data at your organization, things to consider in protecting this information and how you can foster a culture of privacy awareness at all levels. Use #ChatSTC to join!
Data Privacy Day Event 2018 Thursday, Jan. 25, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. PST, LinkedIn San Francisco/Virtual
Time is running out to secure your seat - attend the Data Privacy Day event in person or online! On Thursday, January 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. PST, the National Cyber Security Alliance will mark Data Privacy Day 2018 with an exciting event at LinkedIn in San Francisco. This event will feature engaging panels, TED-style talks and interviews focusing on the latest privacy issues you should know about.
• Looking Into a Crystal Ball: What Your Data Says About You
• Five Things You Can Do to Manage Your Privacy Now
• Staying Competitive - Why Privacy is Good for Your Business
SCARS is proud to be a partner in the Department of Homeland Security's STOP | THINK | CONNECT program and will be attending the event.
OMG! We're Doomed
YES IT IS CHALLENGING
Victims want someone to save them! We understand that, but the world doesn't work like that.
Many refuse to accept the reality of their situation. Even more refuse to even report scammers. Many stay connected to their scammer which just leads to follow on scams or allows the scammer to move on to their friends and families.
We have people that want to remove their reports because they now feel sorry for their scammer. Or (especially men) who refuse to believe porn stars do not move to Ghana by the thousands and call us liars.
We provide 24/7 Email, Message, and Comment Support, plus our Scam Victims Support Groups. We have scammers and haters that come after us individually and even our families constantly because they want you to stay dependent and uninformed. We average about 50% turnover per year supporting scam victims.
Fortunately, our core management, employees, and volunteers have backbones of cobalt steel! So we are here to stay until the last victim recovers and the last scammer is convicted.
Miami, Florida, USA
Not really the richest, just the richest that are willing to be in public!