Community Empowerment Series final event will be their largest!
Whether you are 8 years-old or 80, if you have a keypad or a cell phone you will have to make plans to attend on Saturday, April 27th at Nease High School to hear Theresa Payton.
What will you learn?
- Internet safety from a leading cyber security expert: Theresa Payton is listed as one of the top 25 most influential people in online security and was Chief Information Officer (CIO) from 2006-2008.
- Cyber bully: Is your child a victim of a cyber bully, or being a bully? What are steps you can take if you are being stalked or bullied online.
- Online identity theft: This is fast and growing crime. Theresa Payton will hand out tips to protect you and your kids to secure your cyberspace.
- Cell phone safety: From sexting to texting, how to keep you and your kids safe.
Theresa Payton will also be available for a meet and greet and copies of her book will be on sale. Protecting Your Online Identity, is a fantastic book for everyone that uses the Internet.
Doors open at 9:00am and the session starts at 10:00am and goes until noon. Meet and greet is 12:00pm - 1:00pm. Sheriff Shoar will be introducing Theresa Payton and his team from the cyber crime unit will have a table available with officers there to answer questions for our community residents.
This is a FREE EVENT thanks to many sponsors including The St. Augustine Record, First Coast News, Microsoft, Walmart, AT&T, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Herbie Wiles Insurance, St. Johns Law and many others.
There will be other exhibitor tables from our local community. We will also have raffles for a variety of great prizes for the audience.
Online registration is highly recommended.
Digital safety of our community is something that everyone needs to be aware of. Be sure to mark your calendars to come out and learn more about keep your family and yourself safe online.
Learn more at www.communityempowermentseries.com.