Everything Bill Geraci does for security, Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 6:30 pm at After Words Books, 23 East Illinois, Chicago, IL 60611
The Chicago Apple User Group is very proud to have Bill Geraci as our featured speaker for our February 1, 2017 meeting. He'll be showing us everything he does for security. Here is Bill's description of the presentation:
How could you secure your computer / iOS devices? That, of course, is a ridiculous question. The question is: How much delay and annoyance am I willing to put up with in order to protect my computer(s) from real-world threats which might actually affect me? Come see how Bill Geraci answers these questions.
Here is Bill's bio:
Born and raised in Northern California, Bill Geraci moved to Chicago in 1983 where he's been recovering from that event ever since. Within a few years he had dropped out of the University of Chicago as a graduate student, met and married his wife, gone from being a restaurant cook to library supervisor to Computer Guy, tried to help raise three children and become staff at the University of Chicago. In trying to recover from those earlier years, he's gone through being a full-time almost-solely Macintosh consultant to, again, being a staff guy at the University of Chicago. Having given up earlier tries at Classical Greek, Sanskrit, Philosophy and pipe organ performance and maintenance, he's now considered expert presenter on Mac systems, hardware and software (as well as some other stuff). In spite of these mishaps, misdirections and boons, he continues his recoveries and remains hopeful.
The Chicago Apple User Group presents:
Everything Bill Geraci Does For Security
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
23 East Illinois
Chicago, IL 60611
Apple Map to our meeting: https://maps.apple.com/?q=23+East+Illinois+Chicago
Google Map to our meeting: https://goo.gl/maps/BOIxw
Parking is available on this https://goo.gl/maps/HLQxq
Public transportation: The #29 State Street, the #36 Broadway, and #65 Grand Avenue busses stop near the store. If you travel on Michigan Avenue, you can use the Illinois stop on #2, #3, #10, #26, #143, #146, #147, #148, #151 and #157 busses. The Grand Avenue Stop on the Red line is very close to the store.
Open to everyone