Tech Fraud Information Night
Wednesday February 20th at 7:15 pm
Join us for a discussion lead by Detective Constable Derek Gray of the Halton Regional Police.
There will also be small group discussions.
In this day and age, individuals of all ages and backgrounds rely on wireless networks to use mobile devices and home/work computers. This reliance is attractive to criminals who are constantly developing new ways to access potential victims’ information and accounts for profit or who use technology before, during or after they commit an unlawful act.
Take the time to safeguard your devices against possible threats by educating yourself and your family about cyber safety.
Scammers are sneaky and sly. They can target anyone, from youngsters to retirees. They also target businesses. No one is immune to fraud.
Come out and learn tips to protect yourself from identity theft, CEO scams, health and medical scams, romance scams, business scams, phishing and smishing scams, tax scams (who hasn’t gotten a call or e-mail from the CRA? etc. – Tips for reporting a scam or fraud or theft. “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER!”