April 9, 2013 > Online Safety
Submitted By Brotherhood of Temple Beth Torah
Many notice that children are usually more technologically savvy than their parents. This session will cover the McAfee Online Safety for Kids Program (OSK); how to keep devices, children, yourselves, and data safe from the threats of hackers and cyber criminals. It will help to gain a current view of threats to a family's Digital Life, the Wild, Wild Web, Child Identity Theft (Yes, it is really happening), and how to teach children to make safe online decisions.
McAfee's OSK training program started in 2009 with an assembly for Mission San Jose Elementary School in Fremont. Marv Wexler put this first presentation together for that assembly. In 2013, it has gone worldwide to reach 650,000 students in all English and Spanish speaking countries. Wexler has partnered with the Alameda County District Attorney's Speakers Bureau, and has presented the program to over 4,000 students in the Bay Area. He will present the McAfee OSK Parents Pilot Training Session at the April 14 Brotherhood Speaker Program meeting.
Temple Beth Torah Brotherhood's Speaker Program
"McAfee Online Safety For Kids (OSK)"
Sunday, Apr 14
9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Temple Beth Torah
42000 Paseo Padre Pkwy., Fremont
Light breakfast included
Event is open to the community
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