Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation Presents 'Identity Theft 101'

Friday, March 20, 2009
SNHU Communications Office

Contact: Gregg Mazzola
Director of Communications
Southern New Hampshire University

Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation Presents ‘Identity Theft 101’

Manchester, N.H. (March 19, 2009) – Southern New Hampshire University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation continues its four-part speaker series March 31 with “Identity Theft 101.” The series is held the last Tuesday of each month through April, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in SNHU’s Mara Auditorium in Webster Hall. It is free and open to the public.

Cathy Dyment, an independent associate with Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc. and a certified identity theft risk management specialist with The Institute of Fraud Risk Management, will speak.

Dyment assists companies with a proactive process and understanding the complexity surrounding the new rules and regulations mandated by the Federal Trade Commission.  She helps large and small companies recognize and reduce identity theft risks and potential risk exposure.

The Center for Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation has the socially responsible mission to support the community through its educational programs and business/nonprofit assistance efforts. CESI provides value to SNHU students through educational programs in small business management and entrepreneurship offered by the SNHU School of Business and the Department of Organizational Leadership.

Please contact Prof. Keith Moon at for additional information.

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