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Cybersecurity for family and work

We have been able to secure top-notch speakers to update our community on the latest computer high-tech crimes and crimes against children on the Internet.

Please help us spread the word about these valuable speakers to your friends and neighbors because our entire community can benefit from their information and advice on computer crimes. It could possibly save a child or children’s lives.

One of the biggest national security threats in your home and office is the computer. What you say or do in cyberspace stays in cyberspace for many to see and use against you or your country.

We need to develop a broader public dialogue about cybersecurity. Everyone needs to be aware of the risks and what precautionary steps individuals should take at home and work.

Come and find out how what detection and prevention process is necessary to secure your Internet system and shield your family from the threats and criminals that are out there on the Internet.

Please attend the Fallbrook Citizens’ Crime Prevention Committee meeting on October 27 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Zion Lutheran’s auditorium, 1405 East Fallbrook Street.

Speakers will include Joe Maggio, supervisor for the CATCH Unit (Computer & Technology Crimes High-Tech Response Team), County DA Investigator and Sgt. Chuck Arnold, Unit of ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children), S.D. Police Department.


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