Defend yourself from scams
Social media is a fantastic way to communicate, share, and have fun with others; it is also a low-cost way for cyber criminals to trick and take advantage of millions of people.
The April 2022 edition of the online newsletter OUCH! covers helpful tips on how to best defend yourself from the top three social media scams.
OUCH! is a free, online security awareness newsletter designed for the common computer user.
— Jenny Blaine, security analyst, University Information Security, firstname.lastname@example.org
At A Glance
Tuesday, May 24, 2022
2022 Annual Meeting and Forum
Campus Club, Fourth Floor
West Wing Dining Room
Coffman Memorial Union
Annual Meeting and Forum
Chicken in heirloom tomato sauce with roasted Yukon Gold potatoes and seasonal vegetables. GF.
For vegetarian/vegan option, please request when making your reservation.
RSVP by May 13
Prepayment of $25 per person.
Cancellations and refunds will be honored until May 13. We are not able to accommodate registrations on the day of the event.
For a discount of $1 per hour in University parking facilities, use the QR code on the back of your UMRA membership card when exiting. Credit cards only.
UMRA policy requires all participants to be vaccinated. Masks are optional.
Make your reservation today!
Unable to attend in person? Please register and join UMRA’s 2022 Annual Meeting and Forum via Zoom.
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