Tuesday, June 20, 2017
St. James Place
333 Lee Drive
Baton Rouge, LA
According to U.S. Seniors
Have been the victim or target of cyber criminals
Reported online scam attempts
Have mistakenly downloaded a virus
The numbers don’t lie. But the scammers do.
According to a 2015 report, American seniors are robbed each year of approximately $36.48 billion by cyber criminals. The threat of falling victim to online crime is especially high when considering all the different devices we each use every day. To help you navigate this new digital terrain St. James Place invites you to hear firsthand from two informative and engaging speakers, both of whom are committed to keeping you, and your data, safe and secure.
Trey Ashford, St. James Place Director of Information Systems
Trey manages the computer network, campus-wide electronics equipment and phone systems at St. James Place, including software updates and training. He brings a working background of computer programming and computer networking from the life insurance, distribution and healthcare industries, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Louisiana State University with a minor in financial accounting.
Leigh Martin, Verma Systems Technology Account Executive
Originally from Haughton, Louisiana, Leigh is inspired by the constant evolution of IT. She holds a degree in public relations from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and has an affinity for philosophy. Verma Systems is a Baton Rouge IT services company specializing in business technology. Its clients include companies of all sizes as well as those with established IT departments and those without.
Join us for this informative event and learn the secrets to securing your data. Attending guests are also invited to tour our beautiful cottages, apartments and amenities.
Reservations are closed for this event.