Crimes involving identity theft and cyber fraud are becoming all too common as criminals use advances in technology to exploit unsuspecting victims.
Lindsay Mueller, Community Education Specialist for the Attorney General's Office of Identity Fraud and Cybercrime, will present "Identity Theft and Cybercrime" at noon Oct. 21 in the Stewart Library Special Collections.
Mueller's presentation focuses on how society pays for these types of crimes and the difficulty in bringing the perpetrators to justice. The event, sponsored by WSU's Honors Issues Forum, is free to the public.
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