Safe for the Holidays: Cybersecurity Tips for Holiday Scams
No one works harder during the holidays than scammers. This holiday season, don’t let scammers rob you of your hard-earned money, personal information, and festive spirit. Learn how to avoid becoming a cyber scammer’s next victim, and help your family and friends stay safe online. This webinar will review some of the most common scams you’re likely to see during the holidays, and teach you how to avoid them.
Tom Jacobson has been helping local non-profits, small businesses, and individuals in Mendocino County with cyber security since 2014. Tom has presented a number of webinars for the West Center on topics such as password management, common internet scams and how to avoid them, and general cybersecurity best practices for small businesses.
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