AFCEA International Chapter News
CAMP PENDLETON CHAPTER CHAPTER - Apr 18, 2012

Focusing on Social Media and Security

Dr. Scott Wells, co-founder of the Ultimate Knowledge Institute, spoke on the subject of social media foundations and security concepts at the April meeting. During his presentation, Wells highlighted the impact that social media has on today's society from posting photos for family and friends to its role as a mechanism for political change. Wells also spoke on vulnerabilities within social media such as hackers, data profiling/leakage and identity theft. He also gave pointers on methods for protecting yourself, such as restricting who can view personal information (birthday, high school attended) within your social media page. Angie Knappenberger of El Camino High School and Victor Zonana of Mission Hills High School received $1,000 each for their school's submissions to the 2012 Science Teaching Tools Award program.

Event Photographs:

Mark Witzel (l), chapter president, thanks Dr. Scott Wells, co-founder of the Ultimate Knowledge Institute, following his presentation at the April luncheon.
Mark Witzel (l), chapter president, thanks Dr. Scott Wells, co-founder of the Ultimate Knowledge Institute, following his presentation at the April luncheon.
Science Teaching Tools Award recipients at the April meeting are (l-r) students Gabriela Ruiz and Tania Reyes from Mission Hills High School along with Victor Zonana, a science teacher at the school; Witzel; and Angie Knappenberger, El Camino High School science teacher.
Science Teaching Tools Award recipients at the April meeting are (l-r) students Gabriela Ruiz and Tania Reyes from Mission Hills High School along with Victor Zonana, a science teacher at the school; Witzel; and Angie Knappenberger, El Camino High School science teacher.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Stephen Davis
760 295-2140

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