Invasion of the Personal Information Snatchers: Pretexting, Caller ID Spoofing and Beyond

8/10/2007

San Francisco, CA

James J. Brosnahan

James J. Brosnahan

Speaking Engagement

This American Bar Association Annual Meeting program is sponsored by the ABA Criminal Justice Section and cosponsored by ABA Antitrust Law Section, Science & Technology Section, Business Law Section, Forum on Communications Law

This session will address the use of social engineering and new technologies to obtain personal information, including telephone records and financial information, under false pretenses. The session will highlight two particular methods, pretexting and caller-ID spoofing, and recent measures – including new federal legislation – designed to protect against such practices.

Prices: $75.00 regular members, $35.00 judges & government attorneys, no charge for students.

Tickets available at the ABA Registration/Ticket Sales Booth at the Moscone Center West.

For more information about the ABA Criminal Justice Section : http://www.abanet.org/crimjust/home.html

 

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