Practices for Computer Security – Thursday January 28th, 7:30pm

The Internet provides access to information, entertainment, credit and financial services, and products from every corner of the world. The anonymity that the Internet affords also gives online scammers, hackers, and identity thieves easy access to your computer, personal information, finances, and more. In this free class at the Auburndale Community Library on January 28th at 7:30pm, Deborah will increase your awareness of safety on the net and provide tips to help minimize the chance of a security or privacy mishap. Being on guard online helps you protect your information, your computer, and your money.
About Deborah Gelch
Deborah Gelch is the Chief Information Officer at Lasell College, responsible for the functionality, development and implementation of technology across campus. With over twenty years experience in the field of IT she maintains a passion for computers and new technologies. She graduated from Wellesley College and received the Sigma Phi award for her research of IV Gem, a binary star system. Deborah has been very involved in the Newton community and public schools in fundraising and leadership positions.

By Auburndale Community Library

The Auburndale Community Library is a non-profit community library staffed by volunteers and funded 100% by donations.