Speaker: Daniel Hasegawa – Business Development Manager, Chevron Federal Credit Union
Presentation: Cybersecurity for Youth
As Cybersecurity professionals you teach your co-workers about security and safety when using the internet. But what do you teach your kids? Kids can spend half their time awake on the internet and many even go to school online. 91% of 18-24 year olds are social networking friends with people they don’t know well. 90% of teens on social media have witnessed or been victims of bullying and more than half encounter pornography. This presentation is a discussion of many of the threats your children may be exposed to on the internet and some actions that you can take to protect them.
|Daniel Hasegawa is the Business Development Manager for the Chevron Federal Credit Union. He is responsible for development and implementation of strategies to promote and expand access to the Credit Union’s select employee groups (SEGs); as well as teaming with other managers to present the Credit Union’s message and products to current and future members. Daniel is an able presenter and began his career as a teacher (1983-1987). He has spent most of his career as a sales manager and trainer for World Savings and then Wachovia Bank (1986-2008). Daniel lives in the East Bay with his wife, Kristi, and has two sons in college. firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Business Development Manager|
|Chevron Federal Credit Union|
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Luncheon Meeting Schedule:
- 11:15 a.m. Registration / Networking
- 11:30 a.m. Luncheon / Networking
- 11:45 a.m. Chapter Business Meeting
- 12:00 noon Keynote Presentation
- 1:00 p.m. Adjourn Luncheon