April Program: Cybersecurity - Protecting Information from Falling into the Wrong Hands

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.

Location: Central Penn College - 600 Valley Road (Room 200/202) Main ATEC Building, Summerdale PA 17093

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April Program - Cybersecurity Training: Protecting Company, Customer, & Personal Information from falling into the wrong hands! 


When:                   Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Time:                    11:30-Noon:        Networking, lunch, introductions and chapter announcements

                              Noon-1:30:          Speaker


Central Penn College

600 Valley Road

Summerdale PA 17093

Main ATEC Building in room 200/202 


Parking:   Any available parking.   There are 4 big lots close to the building!!

Tour:   Optional guided walking tour of Central Penn College campus at conclusion of program.


Are you and your organization safe from cyberattacks? Discover how to protect yourself and your company by looking at the perception vs reality of what Hackers do, and the methods they employ to trick users into gaining access to company or personal data. This fast-paced, interactive presentation provides a general look at cybersecurity technologies, techniques to identify suspicious communications, and best practices in securing information from falling into the wrong hands. 

Speaker Bio:

Tom Parker graduated from Millersville University with a BSE in Mathematics in 1993, and has spent the last 24 years working as a teacher, IT professional, and leader in the education industry. He currently serves as the Chief Information Officer at Central Penn College, but has held many other roles in his career ranging from faculty member, corporate trainer, Software and Database administration, project management, and IT Director.  Tom has been recognized with several honors during his career including publication in the “Who’s Who of America’s Teachers”, software conference and webinar speaking engagements, and most recently an award for operational efficiency.  Colleagues know Tom as a highly creative and logical thinker who can always be trusted to come up with an effective and efficient solution to their problem.


11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.

11:30 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.
Networking & Program
RSVP By April 13, 2017

Please RSVP by April 13, 2017

Any questions or special requests contact:

President, Lauren Leipziger, at 215-801-8472 (Cell), or email lleipzig@paturnpike.com

Secretary, Kristan Trusky, at 484-666-1188 (Cell), or email ktrusky@aafintl.com

Please note that all attendees must RSVP to complete the necessary lunch and room arrangements. Please help us make the presentation materials, seats, and food preparations adequate by giving us advance notice of your intention to attend. Failing to RSVP could restrict our lunch availability to those who did not RSVP in a timely manner.

Thank you! Your cooperation is greatly appreciated!


The Central PA Chapter of IFMA's mission is to provide value to its membership. As we seek to provide benefits to our membership, we rely on sponsorship from our members' companies.

Throughout the years many of you have contributed quite generously to support the chapter's efforts. These efforts have been greatly appreciated and allowed the Chapter to grow and strenghten the benefits offered to members.