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ITAC opens blog on identity theft

Identity Theft Assistance Centre : 12 March, 2009  (Company News)
Online privacy and the protection of information resources for security personnel and others can be accessed through the new blog launched by the Identity Theft Assistance Center
ITAC, the Identity Theft Assistance Center has announced the launch of its official blog, the ITAC Blog, which will serve as a news and information resource on fraud and identity theft and online forum for privacy and security experts, policymakers, academics and law enforcement.

"One of the greatest challenges to fighting identity theft is the lack of communication between professionals from different disciplines working on aspects of the same problem," said Steve Bartlett, president and CEO of The Financial Services Roundtable. "The ITAC model, which helps law enforcement prosecute identity crime by helping victims, shows the strength of working collaboratively to find solutions."

ITAC's new social media strategy includes the launch of a Facebook Fan Page, Linked-In Group, and Twitter handle. The blog will post news about fraud and identity theft and feature podcasts and other feature stories from ITAC members, who are financial services security professionals, as well as professionals from other disciplines.

"With all the professionals, academics, information security and privacy experts and law enforcement, all collectively fighting to reduce the threat of fraud and identity theft, we realized that an online community was needed," said Anne Wallace, President, ITAC. "By leveraging social media, professionals can share ideas and best practices, in real time. This blog will be the voice for everyone who dedicates their time and energy to stopping identity theft."
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