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Founded in 1982, the Greater Cleveland PC Users Group (GCPCUG) has been recognized as one of the top users groups in the country. There are many benefits for members. For information on upcoming meetings, click the Events link.

GCPCUG provides low-cost education and encouraging professional growth, our monthly General Meeting (see below for current topic) and SIG (Special Interest Group) meetings are open to the public. Topics cover current, emerging, and future technology.

We have moved our meeting from Cleveland State's Main Classroom Building to the Student Center on the other side of East 22nd Street. Note: because of road construction on East 22nd Street, you may need to enter the garage via it's exits on East 21st Street.  For more information on parking and the room location, please click here.

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Upcoming Meetings

11 Jul 2015 9:30 AM • CSU Student Center Third Floor Meeting Rooms, 2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
08 Aug 2015 9:30 AM • CSU Student Center Third Floor Meeting Rooms, 2121 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

 
Saturday, June 13th - 9:30 AM to 12 Noon


Open Source Intelligence and Minimizing Your Online Footprint


Digital FootprintOur speaker, Kerstyn Clover, Managing Consultant, Investigations at SecureState will be talking about protecting your identity by minimizing your online footprint. She will start by showing how you can find information on someone with the goal of impersonating them or sending them a phishing email to steal password or financial data. Then Kerstyn will explain how to change or reduce your online footprint so this doesn't happen to you.
 
Kerstyn manages investigations and incident response for SecureState, a management-consulting firm headquartered in Cleveland. She has years of experience in computer security, ranging from performing social engineering tests to identifying the source of credit card breaches. As part of her work to respond to security incidents, she has to understand how attackers think and operate – including how they obtain their targets to launch successful campaigns.
apcug logo 1 inch.jpgThe information, web links and articles presented here, are done as a public service. The Greater Cleveland PC Users Group (GCPCUG) does not condone software piracy. Before trying any programs, websites, techniques or suggestions on your devices, you should have a backup of your data. Opinions expressed by authors of articles on the site are not necessarily those of the GCPCUG. Mention of products or websites in no way constitutes endorsement by GCPCUG.The GCPCUG is a member of APCUG
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