Rotary District 5340: San Diego, California

Speaker: Securing Our eCity Foundation

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November 11, 2015 5:30 pm - November 11, 2015 7:00 pm
Cosmopolitan Hotel & Restaurant
Address: 2660 Calhoun Street, San Diego, CA, United States
Please join us in welcoming Liz Fraumann from Securing Our eCity! As usual, we'll be meeting by the bar for fellowship before the meeting begins at 6pm.

About the Organization

Securing Our eCity Foundation is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization focused on cybersecurity awareness and education. Our mission is to enable every San Diegan to live, work and play safely in the cyber world. The Foundation, formed in late 2011, is based on an initiative started in mid-2008 by ESET North America, an internet security company. Supported through generous donations from organizations like ESET North America and San Diego Gas & Electric, SOeC helps facilitate a safer cyber experience for digital citizens in the greater San Diego area. For more information, visit www.securingourecity.org or call 619-630-2444

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