General Meeting - Identity Theft & Credit Card Fraud

  • 11 Jan 2014
  • 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • CSU Student Center Third Floor Meeting Rooms, 2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
TargetWith the recent data breach at Target, we are once again reminded how vulnerable our most important information is. What can we learn from Target and other cases? What about these credit card skimmers at the check-out counters, gas pumps and ATMs? What should we do if we think we’re a victim? Join us as Ira Wilsker joins us for a special webinar.

As an Associate Professor at Lamar Institute of Technology, Ira teaches business, law, computers, and related fields. He is also a deputy sheriff, and an arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau, where he has recently been recognized for his service. He has been the recipient of the Ben and Julie Rogers Community Service Award, the highest award for community service in Southeast Texas, as well as the Dan Bell Community Service Award.

Ira has been writing the PERSONAL TECHNOLOGY column every week for over 13 years for the EXAMINER newspaper, hosted "MY COMPUTER SHOW" on KLVI radio for over 17 years, and has given many webinars to computer clubs world-wide.

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