Friday, October 24, 2014

Seven things you should know to keep your computer safe: Plain Dealing

Sheryl Harris writes about Consumer Affairs for the Cleveland Plain Dealer.  We have arranged to have Sheryl come and talk at one of our meetings next spring.  This week the Consumer Affairs department offered an online chat about Computer Security with
  • Ganpat "Gunner" Wagh, a member of the FBI's cyber crime task force
  • Cary Root, president of the IT-management firm Root-InfoTech 
  • Greg Kelley, a digital forensics expert and chief technology officer at Vestige
  • Sue Workman, vice president of information technology services at Case Western Reserve University
Here is recap of this  computer security live chat held this week:  Check this article "Seven things you should know to keep your computer safe".

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