Living or working in a “safe” neighborhood no longer insulates us from those trying to steal our identity, information, money and innocence. We need to be proactive. Step 1 in the fight is to get educated. You are specially invited to a free presentation on cyber-security and child cybersafety issues. Space is limited so register now.
“Securing Our eCity” is a free cyber-security presentation addressing the cyber-criminal surge and information lapses that are fueling this growing menace.
“Bridging the Digital Divide” is an eye-opening first step for parents who want to increase the odds that their children will disclose if they are in trouble online. This abridged version of the San Diego Police Foundation and San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force’s parent education program provides tools to help you and your children make smart cyber choices.
At this 75-minute workshop, you will learn the five biggest online risk factors, steps to protect yourself TODAY, and real-life cases of San Diego cybercrime victims.
Date: June 23, 2009
Time: 8:00 a.m. or 12:00 noon
Location: Center for Creative Leadership, Coronado Classroom
8910 University Center Lane, 11th Floor, San Diego 92122
Parking: FREE in building garage (validated at workshop)
Register: by Monday, June 22. Space is limited.
Register for the 8 a.m. session
Register for the 12 noon session
Attendees will receive a free one-year license of ESET NOD32 Antivirus software, a $40 value.