Since 2003, Jessica has shared her expertise in the financial services industry. Jessica attended Rock Valley College and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in 2003 and her MBA in 2008, both from Northern Illinois University. Jessica's best piece of advice: change your passwords frequently!
Areas of Expertise
Vendor Management, Physical Security, Risk Assessments, Fraud, Information Security.
Alignment Rockford Operating Board, Midwest Fraud Investigators Network Board, Junior Achievement, Alignment Rockford Academy Expo, Academy Support Team Lead at Jefferson High School, Beloit Meals on Wheels
Just for Fun
Jessica and her husband Nick have three children: Jacob (8), Samantha (7) and Sophia (5). The family of five enjoys spending time with one another and their large extended family. Despite her fear of heights, Jessica has been both skydiving and zip-lining. She relishes pushing herself beyond her comfort zone to see what she can achieve!
Despite this being a frequent tactic used by scammers, it is still a topic that many people are uncertain about. So, let’s talk about card skimmers and what to look for to keep your hard-earned cash safe!
If you have recently been on Facebook, you may have come across a certain post on your newsfeed. A recent post from Aldi Store has become quite popular, as it states that they are giving away groceries to folks in honor of their 75th anniversary.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has led to an uptick in scammers trying to steal personal information of unsuspecting people and using it fraudulently. Recently, there have been reports of people unexpectedly receiving a letter regarding unemployment benefits, despite never filing for unemployment insurance.
We know how confusing navigating these websites can be, so we want to make sure you keep your eyes peeled if you or someone you know is searching for a job. Here are some things to look out for when it comes to searching for jobs online, so that your information doesn’t end up in the wrong hands.
Social Security scams are one of the most common scams, and we want to provide you with information to help you recognize fraudsters who are looking to take advantage of you or your family.
Passwords have become a part of our everyday lives; our phones, online accounts, and computers are protected by passwords to keep information safe.
The new relief law is set to combat the economic crash related to COVID-19, and Americans expect to see stimulus checks in their mail boxes or bank accounts in the coming weeks.
Even though the coronavirus (officially known as COVID-19) is proving itself to be a notable threat, it is precisely these types of incidents which can also evolve into a cybersecurity threat.
What if someone else is borrowing money in your name, not paying it back and leaving you virtually helpless when you need to secure a loan? You’ve just become a victim of Identity Theft.