Speaker Series on The Hill
A monthly luncheon for members and those in the community, featuring speakers of interest.
Gather at noon on the second Thursday of the month in Widener Hall. Bring your lunch and a friend. Presentation begins at 12:30 p.m. Dessert and coffee are provided. A $5 is donation requested. Call Mariangela Saavedra at 215-247-4654 or email [email protected]
Thursday, March 12
Speaker: Pamela King – Digital Data Security & Privacy: What you don’t know can hurt you.
This presentation will cover the proliferation of personal information online, types of high technology scams, and techniques for cyber fraud. Topics will contain examples of cases of computer crimes. We will further discuss cloud services, and other industries that need or have personal information. The session will cover some best practices for safety online, and what steps you can take if your data is compromised.
Pamela King worked for nearly 20 years in law enforcement as a civilian specialist in digital forensics and cybersecurity for a federal program providing investigative support and information sharing regionally to state and local law enforcement agencies. While working in law enforcement, she produced tactical and strategic intelligence analysis for law enforcement and supported active high technology investigations by extracting evidence from digital media and computers.