As an expert in cyber security, John Stengel, will be providing parents with essential tools needed to keep children safe while surfing the web. He will be speaking at Unity Presbyterian Church, all are invited to attend.
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Please be our guest for a free educational event and breakfast on September 27th with John Stengel, a 20 year veteran of marketing and SEO whom has successfully built several companies here in the Charlotte area.
CEO and President of JSCM Group, John Stengel, will be speaking to the Rotary Club of Huntersville, NC. He will be speaking on children exposure in cyber space and the dangerous threats that all children risk while surfing the web.
John Stengel, President and CEO of JSCM Group, will be discussing the effects of cyber bulling and the way the internet affects our children at Unity Presbyterian Church. He will provide parents with a greater understanding of cyber bulling and will equip them with the tools needed to protect all children.
John Stengel, Cyber Security Expert, will be presented as a guest speaker on a panel discussion. The discussion will dive deep into the state of the aviation industry, focusing on passenger services, evolving technology, and cargo trends that affect both passengers and businesses.
John helps guide the leader of the carwash industry publications, Washtrends Magazine. He provides the national publication knowledgeable information in a three-part series "Wash Security for the 21st Century."
Understanding how credit card theft takes place is not just about the technology criminals use, it is about the psychology behind the crime. Trying to stop and prevent someone from stealing your data goes well beyond any tips and tricks.
John gives an example of how “guardrails” protect us in our internet usage. He states that if he were to go on a walk with someone, he is not likely to pick up a rock and throw it through someone’s window, because he is with someone. Because the internet is open in nature, there is no one monitoring your usage. The “fear factor” is gone. Risk avoidance is not taking place.