Honolulu Police Department Detective, Miles Jung / Photo By: Barry Villamil
Central Pacific Bank Vice President & Information Security Officer, Kenneth Newman /
Photo By: Barry Villamil
Honolulu Police Department Detective, Miles Jung and Central Pacific Bank Vice President & Information Security Officer, Kenneth Newman were the invited speakers.
Central Pacific Bank provided literature and a power point presentation that both speakers thoroughly covered to give those in attendance a better understanding of the dangers that identity theft and fraud pose today in our community.
Federal Commission data from 2008 shows the amount of identity theft cases reported in the state of Hawaii was 589. Fraud complaints totaled 2,520 for the same year.
Central Pacific Bank provides excellent information on how to fight back against identity theft and fraud with the following three step process:
DETER identity thieves by safeguarding your information.
DETECT suspicious activity by routinely monitoring your financial accounts and billing statements.
DEFEND against identity theft as soon as you suspect a problem.
Contact CPB on Oahu at: 544-0500 for more information.