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Conference report on identity theft Cyber Academy

Published on 10 Nov 2016

Data sovereignty is lost

Cyber Academy GmbH, Berlin
At the Visit conference in Munich, organized by the Result Group, participants agreed that there had to be increased cooperation at all levels to combat identity theft. Last but not least, the legislature is required to provide more for the investigative authorities
To create opportunities.

Cyber Akademie Report Nr. 36 Konferenz Identitätsdiebstahl
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Cyber Academy Report No. 36 Conference Identity Theft . Please refer to the Newsletter Archive of the Cyber Academy No. 36, report on page 3-4

Report in the Bavarian TV-station: Conference against Identity Theft

Published on 07 Nov 2016

On 3rd November 2016 the first international conference against Identity Theft “Does my identity still belong to you?” took place in Munich.
“Victim Support for Identity Theft” (VISIT) is an EU-funded project for the development of protection mechanisms against Identity Theft.
The Result Group GmbH in Germany is the leading partner of the international consortium consisting of four countries.

Twelve experts from Germany, Austria, Finland and Portugal presented informative and exciting speeches on the wide spectrum of Identity Theft at the VISIT conference. About 100 attendees were given insights into the topics of risk, threat and abuse, victim reports and perpetrators’ profiles, possibilities for prevention and future prospects.

At the VISIT conference the Bayerische Fernsehen interviewed two conference speakers, journalist Ms Tina Groll and Stephan Peters from the SCHUFA AG. The interviews were broadcasted on national television in the “Abendrundschau”.


Conference Report Identity Theft

Published on 07 Nov 2016

Against the digital carelessness

On November 3, 2016, the European Cooperation Project Visit (short for: Victim Support for Identity Theft) invited to a conference against identity theft. The international speakers on identity protection allowed the 100 participants in Munich to take a look beyond their own nose.

Identitätsdiebstahl Konferenz
©Britta Kalscheuer

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BR News reports on the International Conference Against Identity Theft

Published on 03 Nov 2016

Make debts with fake data News Bavarian Radio, Bavarian Television

November 3, 2018

The journalist Tina Groll has been the victim of identity theft – the scammers needed only their name and date of birth. Already every fifth in Germany should have experienced a data abuse. Affected and experts plead for more legal protection and education at the Munich International Conference against Identity Theft.

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