LifeLock in the Community
LifeLock believes that a three-level approach to combat identity theft includes educating consumers, working with law enforcement and elected officials, and aligning strong community support. As a result, we are actively engaged in these activities.
LifeLock offers two free educational programs for consumer groups:
- Identity Theft Educational Presentation: Expert speakers present free 45-to-60-minute programs about identity theft, how consumers are victimized, and how they can help protect themselves. Educational presentations are customized to fit your group's needs, whether it is for professional organizations, neighborhood watch groups, parents organizations and much more. To host a presentation in your area or for more information email us or download the request form.
- Identity Theft Guide: As part of our efforts to help educate our members about identity theft protection, we developed Identity Smart: A Guide for Consumers to Help Protect Against Identity Theft. Download the guide.
Law Enforcement Education
LifeLock partners with the nonprofit FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (FBI-LEEDA) to present educational programs about identity theft across the United States. Summits are open only to law enforcement, including chiefs, sheriffs, investigative supervisors, fraud unit investigators, patrol officers, community policing personnel, special agents, and elected officials.
The one-day and two-day events address a range of identity theft issues, including laws, new technologies, awareness and protection strategies, investigative techniques, databases to assist in identity theft investigations, and victim's assistance.
- Santa Fe, NM
- June 24, 2013
- Spokane, WA
- July 22, 2013
- Lexington, KY
- July 25, 2013
- Henderson, NV
- September 9, 2013
Interested in hosting a free law enforcement summit? LifeLock will manage registration and provide lunch to all participants. To optimize the training events, a minimum of 50 participants should be enrolled two weeks prior to the training date. To register or for more information for upcoming classes please visit www.fbileeda.org.For more information contact:
LifeLock partners with the nonprofit National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) to present educational programs about identity theft across the United States. Summits are open to victim advocates and allied professionals as well as crime prevention specialists. The one-day training addresses a range of identity theft issues, including laws, new technologies, awareness and protection strategies and assistance tools to aid victims of identity theft.
For more information, visit http://www.trynova.org/help-crime-victim/identity-theft.
The Council for Identity Protection, sponsored by LifeLock, brings together fraud, security, privacy and technology leaders to discuss and debate some of the most pressing issues society faces today. It breaks down the silos, creating a lively dialogue with experts across many industries, academia and concerned citizens to highlight and debate the larger issues around online trust, privacy and consumer rights.The goal is to create a unique platform to stimulate diversity of perspectives, and facilitate broader solutions.