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Tue, Apr 13



Cybercrime: Why Bad Things Happen to Good Computers

Join us for a panel discussion on Cybercrime happening now in Winchester. LIVESTREAM on WinCAM Verizon Channel 36; Comcast Channel 8 and also VIRTUAL on Zoom. If interested in participating in the Zoom program, please register as space is limited to 50.

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Cybercrime: Why Bad Things Happen to Good Computers

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Apr 13, 2021, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM EDT



About the Event

Have you or someone you know been the victim of computer fraud? It is reaching epidemic proportions here in Winchester and around the world. This purpose of this forum is to warn and inform you of how you can protect yourself. Please join us for a frank discussion with: Dan O'Connell, Winchester Chief of Police, Lieutenant Detective Joe Abdella, Winchester Police, Rich Jordan, BSA/Security Officer, AVP, Winchester Savings Bank, Don Nelson, Technical Director, Jenks Center, and Walter Hubbard, President of PC Quick Help. Space limited to 50 on Zoom but will be simultaneously livestream on WinCAM: Verizon Channel 36; Comcast Channel 8. A question and answer period will follow the discussion. This program is an urgent prelude to the Winchester Cooperative Cybersecurity event with Chris DiBenedetto of Winchester Coop Bank on April 28th.

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