Online Scams and Internet Safety

Tuesday, May 11 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EDT]

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Tuesday, May 11 2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM [EDT]

This Community Conversation is being presented free for social workers, their clients, and the general public.  It is not CEU eligible.

Learn how to protect yourself and clients from online fraud.

 

Online fraud comes in many forms.  It ranges from viruses that attack computers with the goal of retrieving personal information, to email schemes that lure victims into wiring money to fraudulent sources, to “phishing” emails that purport to be from official entities (such as banks or the Internal Revenue Service) that solicit personal information from victims to be used to commit identity theft.  The methods used by perpetrators of online fraud are constantly evolving.  Join us and Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) for safety tips and tricks.

This is the first in a series of Community Conversations around online fraud.

CSN’s mission is to serve individuals and small businesses impacted by cybercrime.

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For more information, contact Helen French at hfrench.nasw@socialworkers.org

Contact the Organizer

Mark Batchelor
Vice President, Victims Services Programs, Cybercrime Support Network (CSN)

Mark Batchelor is the Vice President, Victims Services Programs for Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) and has over a decade of non-profit experience working with vulnerable populations. Mark started his non-profit career as a community liaison for Heart of Florida United Way 211 in Florida. Before joining the CSN team, he worked with organizations including Lighthouse Central Florida and Seniors First, helping improve the social and financial independence of families and children in his community. Mark lives in Orlando with his wife and two cats.

https://cybercrimesupport.org/

About Mark Batchelor

Vice President, Victims Services Programs, Cybercrime Support Network (CSN)
Kim Casci-Palangio
Program Managing Director, Cybercrime Support Network (CSN).

Kim Casci-Palangio is the Program Managing Director for the Cybercrime Support Network (CSN). She began in January 2019 as the Program Manager for CSN's pilot program in RI and is now working on CSN programs in New Jersey and Central Florida. Kim came to CSN following over 20 years of government service at the city, state and federal level, starting her career with the RI Secretary of State, then working in RI's Second Congressional District Office and most recently as the East Providence City Clerk. Kim enjoys volunteering and advocating for community and humane organizations and over the years has volunteered on a number of boards and commissions such as the RI General Assembly Voter Choice Study Commission, the City of East Providence Crescent Park Carousel Commission, the City of Warwick Coyote Study Commission and RI Defenders of Animals. Kim lives in East Providence, RI with her husband and two cats.

About Kim Casci-Palangio

Program Managing Director, Cybercrime Support Network (CSN).

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