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Show Synopsis

Terrorists, thieves, spammers, scammers, hackers... Need we go on? Your identity becomes more valuable to the criminal underworld as more businesses transact online; as more people rely on official documentation to authenticate you; as more of what people consider "you" is transferred into our electronic proxies.

Today's society puts us more and more into electronic commerce and the Internet, but don't think that retreating from Amazon.com and Internet banking will protect you from ID theft: Most theft of people's identity is done OFFLINE, via credit cards, bank numbers, even your driver's license. To protect yourself from these threats, you must first understand your vulnerabilities and points of exposure, and that's exactly what Craig does this week. You won't want to miss a single minute, so brew that coffee ahead of time and settle in for some eye-opening talk!

This Week's Guests

7:06 7:20 - Mike Yakel from Visa will talk with Craig about Identity Theft and what Visa can do to help prevent it.

6:23 -6:29 - Mike Cunningham from JP Morgan/Chase will join Craig to talk about how they protect you from identity theft.

6:34-6:42 - Chris Bailey from Geo Trust will talk with Craig about Phishing and how professional id thieves can snooker you into giving up your information without you knowing it.

6:44-6:50 - Michael McCann from OCS security will join Craig to discuss physical security and what you can do to protect yourself.

6:55-6:59 - Sara Gates from Sun Microsystems will talk with Craig about employee information theft and how you can prevent it by using access control managment services.

7:06-7:20 - Eugene Spafford a nationally known security expert and tenured professor at Purdue University will join Craig to discuss the different types of identity theft and fraud and how to prevent it.

7:23-7:29 - Palmer Jackson from Callwave will talk with Craig about their product that allows you to screen your cell, home and business calls and provides you with a new temporary number that can be used for interviewing for new job, internet dating or just going about your life.

7:34-7:42 - Grant Evans will talk with Craig about Biometrics and how they can help to protect your identity and where biometrics are going in the future.

7:44-7:50 - Anthony Mirenda a partner with Foley Hoag LLP will talk with Craig about the legal implications and how the legal system treats identity theft.

7:55-7:59 - Sara Gates from Sun Microsystems will talk with Craig about employee information theft and how you can prevent it by using access control managment services.

8:06-8:20 - Johnny May an Author and Speaker will talk with Craig about Identity Theft and what you can do to protect your information.

8:23-8:29 - John Brewer a District Attorney from Houston Texas talks with Craig about how they deal with identity and monetary theft and how you can feel like the victim when trying to protect your rights.

8:34-8:42 - Philip Hecht from AT&T will join Craig to discuss how Organized Crime has now become involved in identity theft and the black market.

8:44-8:50 - David Zumwalt from Privacy, Inc. will join Craig to discuss what they do to help protect peoples and businesses information from Identity Theft.