OSWEGO, NY – Concerned about identity theft? Ever wonder how safe your information is on the Internet? You can find answers to those questions and more as Harmony Financial Services offers a free interactive workshop on identity theft and what you can do to avoid it.
Harmony Financial Services’ How to Avoid Identity Theft workshop is free and open to the public with no obligation.
To be held October 21 at 6 p.m. at The American Foundry, the workshop will feature a presentation from nationally renowned expert, Joshua Rutigliano, director of sales technology with Prudential Annuities, on how to avoid identity theft.
With more than a decade of experience in information technology with a focus on financial services, Rutigliano has worked on numerous projects to deliver web-based technologies to enhance the financial professional experience in both the domestic and international marketplace.
As a published author, Rutigliano is a subject matter expert on technology and digital marketing and was most recently featured in Insurance News Net magazine.
“This workshop addresses one of the most important challenges we face today. Many of us bank online, shop online, pay our bills online and review our investments online. We’re active on Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites, and while we may be aware of identity theft, we do very little to prevent it. It’s easier to think, ‘it will never happen to me.’ But if does happen and someone does steal your identity, the effects can be devastating,” said Rob Rolfe of Harmony Financial Services.
The How to Avoid Identity Theft workshop will focus on the aspects of identity theft:
– The common ways in which thieves are able to access personal information
– How they use that information to steal a person’s identity
– What to do if your identity is stolen
– What you can do to help prevent identity theft
“When it comes to identity theft virtually everyone is at some level of risk. Mr. Rutigliano’s presentation on ways to effectively protect your identity will provide enlightening information that is vital to anyone that uses the internet. It will help those that attend gain peace of mind and empower by providing them with the tools and knowledge they need to protect their identity,” added Rolfe.
The workshop will be held at The American Foundry, 246 W. Seneca St. (behind Fajita Grill). Light refreshments will be served.
For more information on the workshop or to register to attend, contact Harmony Financial Services at 315-216-4052 or visit www.harmonyfinancialservices.com