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Protecting Seniors and Families from Fraud & Identity Theft
Fraud in later life can be particularly devastating, causing senior victims an average of $120,300. Technology tools now exist that can assist credit unions and their members to monitor for suspicious activity. Focusing on leveraging the use of technology will serve to curb the financial fraud epidemic in profound ways.

What Attendees will Learn:
- Fraud- Watch: Information about Current Scams Affecting Members
- What Credit Unions Should Know About Aging & Financial Capacity
-Protecting Credit Union Members in the Wake of a Data Breach
- Enhancing Fraud & Risk Measures to Improve Elder Fraud Detection
-Tools & Resources for Credit Union Members

Who Should Attend:
- Executives
- Managers
- Fraud/Risk Compliance Staff
- Customer Service Professionals

Speaker Bio:
Liz Lowey is a CO- Founder of EverSafe. Formerly a prosecutor in the Manhattan DA's Office, where she oversaw the Domestic Violence Unit before becoming Chief of the Office's first Elder Abuse Unit. Liz graduated from University of Pennsylvania and Albany Law School. She's been quoted in periodicals including the NY Times, Forbes, Businessweek, MarketWatch and has appeared on ABC's 20/20, CNBC and NPR.

Feb 6, 2018 10:30 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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