Date of event
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 1:00 pm -
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 2:00 pm
Continuing Education Credits
None
Add to Calendar 2020-02-18 13:00:00 2020-02-18 14:00:00 Webinar: Are You Digitally Secure? Join this webinar to become familiar with critical digital security and privacy terms, understand how to keep your personal digital presence from being compromised and learn tools to protect your online presence. Complimentary registration! AASLD alonzo.tolver@boldrstrategy.com America/New_York public

Content Contributor

Communications and Technology Committee

Presenter(s)

James Spellos
President, Meeting U

Details

Today’s high-profile hacks of major organizations and institutions have increased awareness of the issues of digital security, yet most people are compromising their privacy & security on a regular basis, which can put themselves – and their institution – at risk. Attendees at this webinar will better understand the digital risks and learn to separate truth from hype about how secure their presence is.

  • Identify critical terms about digital security and privacy
  • Understand how to best keep your personal digital presence from being compromised
  • Learn over 5 tools that will greatly increase your online protection

Presenter Bio

James Spellos

James Spellos is the President of Meeting U, a company specializing in helping people become more productive and comfortable with technology.

Jim is certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). He delivers more than 100 seminars annually on how to use technology more efficiently, and how it is altering the nature of business. He was a faculty member at New York University, teaching in the School of Professional and Continuing Studies for over 25 years. He was honored with both their Award for Teaching Excellence and their Outstanding Service Award.

In 2014 Jim joined the Board of Directors for Rock and Wrap It Up, an anti-poverty, anti-hunger think tank, which supports food recovery for over 43,000 agencies in North America by recovering excess food from events. Jim co-created for them their Whole Earth Calculator app, which helps organizations identify the quantity of food donated and carbon footprint reduced by an organization helping to recover excess food from events.

Jim is an accomplished musician and songwriter, and released his first solo recording, Stroke of Genius, at the end of 2019.

photo of James Spellos