Do you know where your digital footprint leads?
The online presence of teenagers across the nation is vast and continues to grow. So, how do we help to provide the information and tools they need to stay safe? Most young people aren’t even aware of the breadcrumbs that they’re leaving online, compromising the security of their personal information, and even their physical safety.
The Grand Junction Police Department is excited to host the Chief Security Officer with the FBI Denver Field Office who will be presenting a Cyber Security Teen Bootcamp right here in Western Colorado! These subject matter experts will provide an in-depth presentation on information security and online safety.
Even better, this is an interactive presentation! Attendees are encouraged to bring their personal devices (smartphones, laptops, tablets) for hands-on, practical applications and demonstrations on how to better protect themselves and their private information when they’re online.
•WHEN: Saturday, October 30th, 9am to 2pm
•WHERE: Grand Junction Police Department, 555 Ute Avenue
Space is limited for this class, so register today at gjcity.org/bootcamp. This free class is targeted toward high school aged students, and parents/guardians are highly encouraged to attend and learn with them! Registration closes on Friday, October 22nd, so don't delay!
Questions? Contact Heidi Davidson, GJPD Community Outreach Specialist, at email@example.com.