Guarding against Identity Theft and Preventing Social Media Fraud

It is our pleasure to invite you and a guest to attend a special presentation titled, “Guarding against Identity Theft and Preventing Social Media Fraud” by retired FBI Special Agent, Mr. Jeff Lanza. This event is presented by The Grand Canyon Group at Morgan Stanley and co-sponsored by BeachFleischman CPAs, and Ivy Funds.

Identity theft is one of the easiest crimes to commit in America and one of the hardest to prosecute.

As thieves become increasingly clever, you have more reasons than ever to fear this elusive, ubiquitous crime. It can come from any direction, at any time and can happen to anyone. During this presentation, you will learn how criminals obtain and use information and how to prevent identity theft from happening to you.

Special Event

Guarding Against Identity Theft and Preventing Social Media Fraud

Presented by: The Grand Canyon Group at Morgan Stanley & BeachFleischman CPAs

Monday, March 24th, 2014 | 11:30 a.m. | Lunch will be served.

Musical Instrument Museum | 4725 E Mayo Blvd | Phoenix, AZ 85050

MIM Tour:Included with advanced reservation. Seating is limited.

Speaker: Tim Woods, Regional Vice President, Ivy Funds

Tim will discuss the importance of protecting your personal information.

Speaker: Jeff Lanza, FBI Special Agent Retired

Jeff Lanza was an FBI Agent for over 20 years. During his tenure at the FBI, he investigated corruption, corporate fraud, money laundering, computer crime and organized crime. He served as head of internal security of the Kansas City FBI and as a regional spokesman. Mr. Lanza has participated in hundreds of television, radio and newspaper interviews including appearances on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Larry King Live, Hannity and Colmes, Fox and Friends, CNN Primetime with Wolf Blitzer and National Public Radio. Mr. Lanza is a professional speaker who has provided over 750 presentations on the topics of crisis communication, ethics, identity theft, cyber-crime and more. Prior to his career as an FBI agent, Mr. Lanza was employed by Xerox Corporation as a Computer Systems Analyst. He has an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from the University of New Haven (Connecticut) and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas.

RSVP

Please submit RSVP’s to Stacy Roberts at stacy.roberts@morganstanley.com 480-922-7849