On Tuesday, June 25, I’ll be speaking at the Technology Symposium, an event offered by the Butler County Chamber of Commerce, the Tri-County Technology Consortium, Butler County Community College, and Butler County Business Matters.
The theme of this symposium is security, and I’ll be speaking about online security in social networks and how to keep your online presence safe. I’ve titled the talk “Staying Secure while Staying Social: Securing your online presence” — if you’re wondering what two-factor authentication is, how to manage your passwords, and what to do if you’ve been hacked, I’ve got answers for you.
And there’s more. Other talks on the schedule include “Identity Theft,” “Security Risk Management & Computer Forensics,” and “Cyber Security Today.”
This new technology symposium is the first of what will be an annual series. You can attend! Some more details:
The symposium will be held in Founders’ Hall on the campus of Butler County Community College, and the $30.00 admission fee includes breakfast, lunch and all course materials. Businesses who want to set up an exhibitor display at the event can do so for $75.00 which includes an uncovered six foot table, two chairs and one admission to the event. Seating is limited and reservations are required by calling the Butler County Chamber of Commerce at 724.283.2222 or email to Jennifer@butlercountychamber.com. You will not want to miss this first annual technology symposium.