Effective date: January 1, 2011
Identity Theft is a crime in which an individual wrongfully obtains and uses another person's personal data, usually for economic gain, in some way involving deception or fraud. This Policy attempts to reduce potential Identity Theft risks to the University and its community through (1) the implementation of an Identity Theft Prevention Program and an Identity Theft Prevention Committee, and (2) a requirement that the Identity Theft Prevention Committee identify and train certain managers and administrators of the University to identify, detect, prevent and mitigate potential Identity Theft risks. The indicators of Identity Theft are known as “Red Flags”.
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