DMA is a 501c3 nonprofit, one of the first computer user groups formed in the nation.
Our mission is to promote interest and knowledge in all facets of computer technology.
We are a valuable resource for all things digital.
TJ Chump’s, 7050 Executive Blvd, Huber Heights OH
All DMA meetings are free and open to the public. Anyone is welcome to attend.
In today’s “Online World,” Safety, Security and Privacy need to be taken seriously. This presentation will aid in that mission. Using the right programs and apps can help keep you safe and secure as well as reduce your privacy exposure. Using free programs and apps whenever possible to accomplish this goal is an added bonus and this presentation includes information on many recommended free programs. Join presenter Bob Gostischa as he simplifies, clarifies, and demystifies your devices (gadgets or technology) so you have a safe, secure and enjoyable Internet experience. Some of the topics are: VPNs, Is it a safe link? Bluetooth, Ransomware, Phishing campaigns, Has your password been hacked? 8 essentials for secure computing, and 9 tips for your smartphone.
About the Presenter: Norbert “Bob” Gostischa, after a successful career in banking, enjoys his retirement as an enthusiast IT security expert, most notably for Avast; the creator of Avast Antivirus software.
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
DMA General Membership Meeting – Hybrid (Online and In Person)
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