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"IDENTITY THEFT AND COMPUTER SECURITY"
North Shore Computer Society
“Identity Theft and Computer
Come learn about “Identity Theft and Computer Security” at a meeting of the North Shore Computer Society on Thursday evening, January 10, at 7 pm when security expert, Mr. Robert Siciliano, will give the presentation.
Mr. Siciliano, the CEO of ID TheftSecurity.com, is a
dynamic speaker who has made many television appearances and has been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles. You will learn why identity theft is such a problem and how to protect yourself. You will also learn to secure your computer’s information by understanding virus definitions, spyware, wireless and operating systems.
All meetings of the North Shore Computer Society are free and open to the public. (Please note: Seating is limited).
Tech Talk Time will also be held – your chance to share
your technical questions and answers. Remember, to be eligible to win any door prize offered, you must be a
member of the North Shore Computer Society.
The North Shore Computer Society, Inc.
of Peabody, Massachusetts is a non-profit, public charity (501(c)(3) focused on
Education, Support and Community. Its
members come from over 60 communities in Massachusetts as well as a number of
other states. More information can be
found online at http://www.northshorecomputer.org
or at our Toll Free Information Hotline at 888.955.6727.
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