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Ft. Belvoir Identity Theft Speech

Every so often I deliver an identity theft speech to a speaking audience that is more curious than the average. Today was one of those instances. The audience asked me how to protect documents while relocating overseas, how to make sure their communications are secure while surfing the internet in airports and hotel rooms, and how to repair damaged military identities. The sheer volume of questions was staggering. I’ve already received a handful of emails asking follow-on questions. Thank you, Ft. Belvoir, for your hospitality and for pushing the boundaries of my knowledge. I will research those items that I didn’t answer and will get back to you.

During my speech, I promised Read more