Monday, March 9, 2009

If You Are Me Then Who Am I?

This new book If You Are Me Then Who Am I? by a couple of friends of mine is the best book on the subject I have seen to date. There is often a huge gap between what most authors write in books and articles and the reality of identity theft for both consumers and business executives. These gentlemen have laid out the realities as plainly as is possible for you to see. It’s all good information, and offered in the pracical spirit of informing the public. Both John Gardner and Jim McCartney are professionals engaged in the privacy business as Identity Theft specialists and are noted authorities. I have not had the pleasure to meet Mr. Omtvedt but my knowledge of the other authors and their work leaves no doubt.

1 comment:

Defend My Identity said...

Looks like a very interesting book! I think a lot of people wait until they (or their business) have become a victim of identity theft before they actively look for information about. Perhaps seeing this on the shelves will change peak their interest.