Discover cyber security for individuals, January 27: safeguard your digital life

January 26, 2024
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TLDR:

  • A free talk on cyber security for individuals will be held in Menlo Park on January 27, 2024.
  • Topics will include ways to protect yourself and your devices, common fraud schemes, and how to safely use public Wi-Fi networks.

The Menlo Park Community Ready disaster preparedness organization is hosting a free talk on cyber security for individuals on January 27. The talk will cover a range of topics including ways to protect yourself and your devices, common fraud schemes, where to file a complaint if you are a victim of online crime, and how to safely use public Wi-Fi networks. The speaker for the event is Menlo Park resident Charlotte Willner, who has extensive experience in the field of online trust and safety. Willner has worked at tech companies like Facebook and Pinterest, and currently serves as the Executive Director for the Trust & Safety Professional Association.

Identity theft and other online schemes are on the rise, making it important for individuals to be more prepared and safe online. The event aims to provide attendees with practical knowledge and tips on how to protect themselves from cyber threats. In addition to the informative talk, the event will also include breakfast refreshments and a free raffle.

The event will take place at Angus Hall, located at the Trinity Church campus in Menlo Park. Individuals interested in attending can RSVP to secure a spot at the event. With the increasing prevalence of cyber attacks and scams, it is crucial for individuals to educate themselves about cyber security and take steps to protect their personal information and devices.

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