By Audrey Nolte
Jewish Family Service
The 21st century has brought its challenges with financial security during the digital age. Jewish Family Service of the Lehigh Valley recognizes these concerns and will address them during the annual Phyllis Ringel Lecture at a 10 a.m. kosher brunch at Congregation Sons of Israel on May 6. This event is free of charge.
Howard Sherer recently retired from a 44-year career spanning a variety of roles in the investment and manufacturing industries. He will discuss the current state of computer hacking and how to protect your family from scams while securing confidential information. Important topics such as software protection, safe access to Wi-Fi, credit monitoring services, protected credit card use and phone scams will be among the topics discussed. A question and answer session will also be provided.
Jewish Family Service thanks the Ringel Family for sponsoring this annual event in memory of Dr. Phyllis Ringel. The lecture intends to express Dr. Ringel’s Jewish values and her tireless efforts to educate the greater Lehigh Valley.
Please bring your questions and your appetite as we delve into this timely topic.