Education Workshop – “Everyday Security – A Non-Geek Approach”

On Wed June 9th at 1P.M. I (Anthony Gartner) will be doing a presentation entitled “Everyday Security – A Non-Geek Approach”

I will be presenting it at the Keller Williams in Virginia Beach.  Everyone is welcome to attend please reserve your spot on Facebook so we know who will be there.

Everyday Security – A Non-Geek Approach

Type:     Education – Workshop
Date:     Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Time:     1:00pm – 2:00pm
Location:     Keller Williams Virginia Beach
Street:     1709 Laskin Rd
City/Town:     Virginia Beach, VA
Link:        http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/event.php?eid=124586864234469&index=1

Grassroots Security : What every small business owner and individual needs to know to protect their organization and what every individual needs to know to protect their laptops.

This will be an interactive discussion on how your data may be vulnerable and what you can do.

Things covered to include :

Using Care when reading and opening email attachments
Making backups of important files and folders
Using strong passwords
Using and installing and hardware firewall
Things you need to know before connecting to that “FREE” wifi
When to hire an IT professional

Have questions on privacy, intrustion, identity theft, virus, spam, worm, trojan horse, malware, spyware, etc… We will discuss and help answer these questions to avoid cyber crimes and security risks.

3 Comments to “Education Workshop – “Everyday Security – A Non-Geek Approach””

  1. By Isa, August 31, 2010 @ 8:56 PM

    It pains me to think that there are people who consider it fun to mess up someone’s computer and possibly affect their livelihood. The best thing we can do is learn the steps we can take to ensure our own security.

  2. By Stephanie Manley, March 30, 2012 @ 12:58 PM

    It is very important information.
    Thank you very much

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