Event Format

Webinar

Date

Wed, Sep 23, 2020, 01:00 PM – Wed, Sep 23, 2020, 02:00 PM

Cost

$45.00 ASHHRA Member | $85.00 ASHHRA Non-member | 1.5 CEUs (HRCI, SHRM, CHHR)

Type

Webinars

Event Host

Contact Information

ASHHRA
312-422-3720

Description

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In the age of COVID-19, cyber criminals have not been hampered by social distancing. In fact, the new online world and massive unemployment insurance claims have only increased cyber criminals' opportunities to conduct fraud using stolen identities. False unemployment insurance claims have increased dramatically as the economic impact of COVID-19 forced millions of Americans onto the unemployment rolls – and stolen identities readily circulate on the dark web. This webinar will equip you with the necessary tools needed to protect yourself and your team from the very real threat of unemployment fraud. 

Objectives

  1. Learn how to recognize identity theft and unemployment insurance fraud and who are behind these crimes.
  2. Discover how to protect your teams and yourselves from this risk. 
  3. Find out what to do if members of your team or you become a victim of identity theft or unemployment insurance fraud.

Credits

1 CEU (HRCI, SHRM, CHHR)

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Presenter

John Riggi

John Riggi
Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Risk, American Hospital Association

John Riggi, having spent nearly 30 years as a highly decorated veteran of the FBI, serves as the first senior advisor for cybersecurity and risk for the American Hospital Association and their 5000+ member hospitals. John leverages his distinctive experience at the FBI and CIA in the investigation and disruption of cyber threats, international organized crime and terrorist organizations to assist on policy and advocacy issues and provide trusted advisory services for the nations’ hospitals and health systems. His trusted access to hospital leadership and government agencies enhances John’s national perspective and ability to provide uniquely informed risk advisory services. 

In various leadership roles at the FBI, John served as a representative to the White House Cyber Response Group and a senior representative to the CIA. He was also the FBI national operations manager for terrorist financing investigations. John also led counterintelligence field surveillance programs in Washington DC. Ultimately, John served as the senior executive for the FBI Cyber Division program to develop mission critical partnerships with the healthcare and other critical infrastructure sectors. John held a national strategic role in the investigation of the largest cyber attacks targeting health care and other sectors.

John currently co-leads a national HHS/healthcare sector task group to develop resources to assist the field in managing cyber risk as an enterprise risk issue. John launched a national campaign with the AHA and government agencies to help members protect medical research against foreign threats. John was recently selected to serve on the FCC hospital robocall protection group which will make recommendations on reducing unlawful robo calls to hospitals.

He also served on the NY FBI SWAT Team for eight years. John is the recipient of the FBI Director’s Award for Special Achievement in Counterterrorism and the CIA’s George H.W. Bush Award for Excellence in Counterterrorism, the CIAs highest award in this category.