Not So Tweet and Innocent: Social Networking Security Webinar

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Kelly Colgan


Cyber Experts Will Unveil Survey Results of Parent’s Top Social Networking Fears in a Free Webinar: Not So Tweet and Innocent: Social Networking Survey Findings Revealed at National PTA Convention

In conjunction with the National PTA Convention, IDentity Theft 911 (IDT911) will host a free webinar Thursday, June 21 at 12:00 p.m. ET. Matt Cullina, CEO of IDentity Theft 911, will unveil findings from a Harris Interactive survey of parents about their child’s social networking habits and what issues cause them the most fear.

To address these concerns, Tim Woda, co-founder of, and national cyber safety expert, will present about the specific risks plaguing parents and ways to mitigate their concerns.

Moderated by James Martinez, senior manager of media and public relations for the PTA, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions during the subsequent Q&A session.

Who: Matt Cullina, CEO, IDentity Theft 911, Tim Woda, co-founder,, national cyber safety expert, James Martinez, moderator, National PTA

What: What are parents tops fears for their children? How worried are parents about cyber bullying? Predators? Identity theft? How involved are parents in tracking their child’s social networking habits? How concerned are parents about their child posting information or pictures about themselves online?

Participants will hear first-hand how parents answered these questions and many more from the Harris Interactive Social Networking survey. Participants will have the opportunity to ask the presenters questions.

When: Thursday, June 21 at 12:00 p.m. ET – 1:00 p.m. ET

Where: Register online:

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