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How to Stay Safe Online: Computer Safety and Security

Tuesday, May 11 1:00PM - 2:00PM PDT


Are you worried about clicking links, browsing new websites, online shopping or banking or doing other things online because you are worried about all the security threats that could infect your digital devices?

Join David Casuto, Founder of Senior Surf Computer Education, who will be presenting this valuable talk on Computer and Tech Security to help you avoid tech disaster and learn how to stay safe on your devices to save you money, time and frustration!

In this compelling and timely presentation, we will cover:

  • Phishing scams and how to avoid them
  • Malware, viruses, Trojan Horses (oh, my!)
  • Email safety
  • Shopping online safely
  • Network security
  • Identity theft
  • Browser security
  • Mobile device security
  • And more!
We will also present several resources for educating and reporting security issues and threats.


David Casuto is the Founder and Director of SF Tech Training, Senior Surf Computer Education and Multimedia Memoirs. He teaches tech classes for LearnIt, UC Berkeley, Stanford, SFSU, AcademyX, CreativeLive, and many other Bay Area institutions. His training emphases are MS Office, Adobe graphic design software, web design, e-learning, videography, teaching new beginners and fixing sick group computers. He has over 20 years' of technology training experience, holds two Master's Degrees in Education/Instructional Technology and Organizational Psychology, and he is an Adobe Certified Instructor (ACI).

His company, Senior Surf offers in-home computer instruction and technical support to Bay Area older adults. They provide group classes, private lessons and make house calls for both learning sessions and technical help. They have worked closely with thousands of Bay Area residents including several retirement communities.

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