Presentation: Wireless Account Fraud
Speaker: Kent Willnauer
Fraud has steadily increased over the past years affecting more Americans each year and will continue to rise. Fraud is the wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. In the last 10 years the wireless industry has boomed with the increasingly advanced wireless handset technology (i.e. touch screen, data speed, apps). Fraud has become prevalent within the wireless telecom industry and while working with AT&T Kent Willnauer was able to understand this issue. Kent was able to start a pilot program that would be able to combat the wireless account fraud within the wireless industry. During the presentation Kent will go over the various types of wireless account fraud, the pilot program and the future for combating this fraud.
Kent has been an investigator with AT&T’s Asset Protection, also known as Corporate Security, since April 1999.
As an investigator Kent is responsible for the development and implementation of security policy, standards, guidelines and procedures to ensure the ongoing maintenance and enhancement of security programs and strategies used to protect corporate assets.
Kent is also responsible for protecting company personnel, property and other assets from assault, theft, fraud, malicious damage or other criminal acts.
Prior to joining AT&T Kent was commissioned as a deputy with the Johnson County, KS Sheriff’s Office from May 1980 to April 1999. During his tenure with the sheriff’s office Kent worked in the:
As a detective Kent received training specific to:
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