Cyber Attack!

Are You Protected? Your Family, Business, Clients?

The digital age has heralded explosive growth in the amount of sensitive data and financial information that is created, stored, and transmitted on computers and mobile devices and across the Internet and broadband. These same technological advancements also pose serious threats to personal privacy and security, and serious potential liability to businesses that fail to take appropriate measures to protect personal information.

Attorney Cameron Schilling, an information privacy and security specialist, will address the regulations arising in this area and cover the key measures to safeguard the privacy and security of businesses, individuals and families.

Don’t Miss Cam Shilling at our luncheon meeting April 2

Cam Shilling is a Director at McLane Middleton, P.A. Ten years ago, Cam founded and he now chairs the firm’s Information Privacy and Security Group, which has grown to four attorneys and a technology paralegal. In his 20-plus years as an attorney, Cam has managed, litigated and resolved numerous information security, technology and complex litigation matters throughout New England and around the country. Cam received a J.D. from Cornell Law School in 1995, and interned for United States District Court Judge Royce Lamberth in Washington, D.C.

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Scholarship application deadline extended

Tell a communications student at any Worcester-area college about this annual opportunity. Applications are now being accepted until March 29, 2019.

The Communicators Club offers the $1,000 Elaine Cencak Memorial Scholarship each year, along with a one-year free membership for the winner, to support networking and professional development opportunities.

The scholarship was established in 2002 in honor of Cencak, who helped found the Society of Professional Communicators (The Communicators Club’s previous name) and nurtured it as adviser and mentor during its first four decades.

Who is eligible? Full- or part-time college sophomores and juniors majoring in a communications field at a Worcester County college, as well as seniors continuing on to graduate school to pursue a higher degree in a communications field may apply.

For more information, and to access the scholarship flyer and online application form, please visit our Scholarship page.