Identity Theft: Who's Got Your Number?

Speaker: Gina Cannady, Legacy Community Federal Credit Union
Noon to 1 p.m. - Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Suite 104 John Whitaker Building, 500 22nd St S.
(Rescheduled from January due to weather - new date and location)

When it comes to your personal information—like your Social Security number—do you know when you have to give it out, and when you don't? If you give it out, do you ask how it's going to be used and whether it's kept in a secure location? Do you know why you should care? Find out:
  • How identity thieves get your personal information
  • When you have to give out your Social Security number, and when you don't
  • How to minimize your risk of ID theft—online and offline
  • How to protect yourself from phishing attacks
  • Warning signs that you may be a victim of ID theft
  • What to do if you're a victim
Gina Cannady is the Marketing Specialist at Legacy Community Federal Credit Union. In that role she offers Legacy's Insight: LIFE Lessons for Today's World, a free financial education program for the community. Ms. Cannady is a nationally Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor (CCUFC).

This program is offered by the UAB EACC and is open to all UAB, UAB Medicine and VIVA employees.
Space is Limited—Please go to www.uab.edu/learningsystem to register or call 934-2281 for more information.

The UAB Employee Assistance and Counseling Center
(formerly the UAB Resource Center)

The UAB Employee Assistance and Counseling Center is an employee benefit designed to provide UAB, UAB Medicine, and VIVA employees and their immediate household members with resources for resolving work- related and personal problems. The UAB EACC provides confidential counseling and employee assistance, community referral, supervisor consultation, crisis management and a variety of educational programs to support successful work/life integration and provide practical tools for balance in all areas of life. Our services are provided as an employee benefit at no cost to our clients.

For more information about this program or the services available at the UAB EACC visit us online at www.uab.edu/eap or call 205.934.2281.