Monday, March 5, 2012
Office of College Advancement
Ohlone Community College District
High Tech Crimes and Identity Theft
Ohlone College World Forum
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|Where:||Smith Center at Ohlone College, 43600 Mission Blvd., Fremont|
|Cost:||Free & Open to the Public|
Alameda District Attorney Discusses High Tech Crimes And Identity Theft with the Community
Fremont, CA—As today’s society becomes more tech savvy, the line between privacy and protection becomes thinner. From smart-phones, tablets, to other wireless mediums, online information can be accessed anywhere. However, all online activities leave foot prints and increase the threat of exposing personal information via loopholes in privacy protection. How do you protect your privacy electronically? Ohlone College presents its Spring 2012 World Forum to discuss High Tech Crimes and Identity Theft with guest speaker Nancy O’Malley, District Attorney for Alameda County.
Nancy O’Malley is Alameda County’s first female elected District Attorney. She has been an attorney in the District Attorney’s office since 1984, and has prosecuted hundreds of felony matters ranging from child sexual assault to domestic violence and murder. Ms. O’Malley is a nationally recognized expert in advancement of victim’s rights. She has written several bills which have been signed into law, including the expansion of protections for victims of Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Stalking, Elder Abuse as well as stronger protections for child victims and crime victims with disabilities.
The Ohlone College World Forums bring speakers to the college to engage in dialog about important global issues that affect our community. The World Forum is free for the community, and all are encouraged to participate.