Monday, August 19, 2013
Where and When
Time: 10:00 am
Location: Rollins Center, Room 115
We have all heard that using social media, purchasing on line and even visting web sites allows the compliation of a great deal of information about each of us. Every day in so many ways we open our virtual doors. This can lead to identity theft and other cyber related crimes.
Then there is cyberstalking and the one we have all become aware of cyberbullying. Technology and the information age has made all of this easier than ever before.
On MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 2013, at 10:00a.m. as part of the KEYS WEEK PROGRAM, Steve Dorner of NOVA will be here on campus ( Rollins Rm. 115) to talk about how our use of the computer opens our virtual door for anyone to enter without knocking.
Feel free to stop by and hear Steve's presentation. All are welcome to this presentation that is free and open to the public
Questions ? Contact : Diane M. Rice, Program Developer, Educational Enrichment Porgams, x8015