Have you ever hesitated to open an email – wondering if it was friend or foe? There’s a good reason for that hesitation — fake credential stealing websites, ransomware, zombies, viruses, and other exotic malware are waiting to attack on the other side of that click.
Jim Gray, Computer Coach, has helped many people untangle the computer hell caused by phishing scams, and computer malware.
Using his extensive security and technology experience, he will teach you:
• How to recognize phishing attack emails
• Computer security best practices
• Common computer security threats
• Mobile device security
$10 at the door for Non WORK Members – help us keep the lights on and keep great programs coming your way! WORK Members FREE including Friends of WORK! (a special membership level for you regular attendees)
Bio: Jim Gray is the owner of Computer Coach, which provides in person computer coaching and support for PCs, MACs, tablets, iPhones, and Android phones. Jim has worn many different technology hats during his 35 year career, including computer coach, electronic design engineer, and software engineer. He has lived every phase of the personal computer revolution, from the original 28 pound IBM PC to the 8 oz. super computers we carry in our pockets called smart phones.
Jim has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Electronic Design Engineering and has completed coursework in Network Computer Security as well as Geographic Information Systems. Jim lives in Petaluma with his wife Amy, and his rat terrier dog Jaxx. He sings baritone in the Petaluma Chorale, loves to bird watch (check out his website birdingquiz.com), and is a nut about board games.