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Frank Abagnale to Give NAID 2010 Keynote Address

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When it comes to identity theft, there are not many “celebrities.” In fact, the 2010 Conference Committee could only think of one – but, as celebrities go, he is as big as they come. 

Frank Abagnale took ID theft to such an extreme that Stephen Spielberg made a blockbuster movie from his story.  The movie, Catch Me if You Can (2002), starred Leonardo DiCaprio (as Abagnale) and Tom Hanks. 

Since then, and with the increasingly high-profile of ID theft, Frank Abagnale has come to be known as one of the most articulate, enlightened, and experienced authorities on the subject.  His stirring presentations are filled with humorous and touching life experiences from his own story and give the audience a unique look inside the world of stolen identities and the mind of the identity thief. 

The 2010 NAID Annual Conference and EXPO will be held March 3-5, 2010 at the Red Rock Resort and Spa in Las Vegas, Nevada. Attendance at the event is expected to set a new record, and exhibit space and sponsorship opportunities are currently available.  Registration opens on November 1, 2009. 

View the movie trailer for Catch Me if You Can