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      November 16, 2017

      Thursday  10:00 AM

      Room 214 (offices are located to the left of the retail store) , 1616 Patton Avenue
      Asheville, North Carolina

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      Protect Your Personal Identity, Credit, and Computer

      Protecting yourself from ID theft and fraudsters has never been more important, especially with the recent Equifax credit breach that exposed millions of Americans' sensitive ID info. With our identities tied so closely to our online activity, it's also essential to protect the confidential data transmitted by your computer and smartphone.   This class helps you to keep your personal information and digital devices safe, and empowers you to stay secure in an age when ID theft has never been more prevalent.  Topics covered include how to… Get your Credit Report and Prevent Identity Tampering Freeze Your Credit- Your #1 Tool to Prevent ID Theft Practice Safe Web Browsing Manage your Passwords Effortlessly Shield your iPhone, Android, Mac, PC, and Wi-Fi from Intrusion by Criminals and Ransomware Spot and Prevent Online Scams And more! To help keep your Family Safe and Secure. This class is designed to benefit you regardless of your level of computer knowledge. Learn the "cliff notes" version of important Identity and Security concepts, and prevent yourself from becoming the “low hanging fruit” that digital thieves successfully target.  Presenter Jensen Gelfond, owner of Asheville Digital Lifestyle, takes pride in distilling technological topics to benefit Ashevillians of all kinds.

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