An educational workshop titled “One Hour to Savvy Cybersecurity: 10 Threats Every Person and Business Faces, and How to Fight Them Now” has been scheduled for noon and 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 6 at the Wellington Community Center.
Cybersecurity is a growing issue as data breaches, scams and identity theft are on the rise. However, there are steps you can take to improve your security and keep your identity safe.
To help attendees better understand the threat, this interactive workshop will cover: how one wrong click can put your entire financial life at risk, how to protect your child’s credit before it is too late, how an ATM can put your identity at risk, three tips to making your smartphone/tablet more secure, how your home WiFi is putting you and your family’s security at risk, two methods fraudsters use to impersonate your business and why you should review your social media privacy settings now.
The workshop will allow attendees to create an action plan to improve their cybersecurity and will provide a checklist to follow. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. RSVP by calling Maximilian Westerman at (561) 713-1333.