Public Event: Building Community & Disaster Resilience and Personal Cyber Security (Wed 11 August 2021)

How can our community be better prepared to respond to natural disasters and other emergencies? And how can we secure our personal devices and home computers to prevent the loss of important information?

Come to the Collective Community Hub (1/33 Johnsonville Road) on Wednesday 11 August from 7:30-9:00pm to hear from two experts. The event will also be live-streamed on the JCA YouTube page.

Our first guest speaker is Rodney Barber, new President of the Newlands Paparangi Progressive Association (NPPA), who will talk about how NPPA is working to improve community and disaster resilience.

NPPA have recently launched a “Coordinated Community Enterprise” to enable residents to connect, build trust, and access resources to improve wellbeing and resilience, and speak with one voice in decision-making. There is more information on the NPPA website

Our second speaker is Nadia Yousef, CERT NZ’s Incident Response Manager, who will outline practical steps we can all take to improve our individual and home cyber security.

About JCA Secretary

JCA is the voice for Johnsonville and Raroa people: advocating for better public services; more native flora & recreation facilities; and improved community well-being. JCA is staffed by volunteers and supported by funding from Wellington City Council.
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