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Archive for September, 2016

Cyber Security

Posted on: September 21st, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

First Friday Forum

Cyber Security Experts –

Fraud Stories &

How to Protect Yourself

It’s an attack you won’t see coming…

From cyber theft to hacking to ransomware, cyber criminals are becoming ever more sophisticated in their means to gain your personal information.  If you’ve ever had a credit card get stolen, had your tax return rejected, or use your phone app to access bank accounts or trade stocks, you’re at risk.  Our panel of experts will explain your risks and what you can do personally and professionally to secure your information.

Our panel includes:

Dave Augustin, Director IT/WSCS, City of Sheboygan

  • Byron Franz, Special Agent, FBI
  • Matt Gilmore, CSP CFPS ARM, Senior VP and Central Region Leader, Risk Services Division HUB International
  • Emily Selck, Cyber Liability Practice Leader, HUB International

This program is now airing on WSCS and Video on Demand.


Senior Connections

Posted on: September 6th, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Latest edition with guests Ann Salzmann and Christine Freund talk about palliative care and the movie ” Being Mortal”. This program and many more interesting shows can be found on WSCS and Video on Demand.

Third Saturday Sheboygan’s Historic

Posted on: September 2nd, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Downtown was the featured topic presented by the Sheboygan County Historical Society on August 20, 2016. The presenters Henry Jung, Bernie Markevitch and local historian Steve Gallimore. Remembering North 8th Street. Listen to the stories and memories from the guest presenters. This presentation was recorded and is now airing on WSCS and Video On Demand.

Unpaid Forfeitures PSA

Posted on: September 2nd, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Letters have gone out to citizens regarding unpaid forfeitures. Municipal Court Judge Natasha Torry  for the City of Sheboygan and the Village of Kohler explains the importance of unpaid forfeitures with a PSA now running on WSCS.

Dementia-Friendly Sheboygan County

Posted on: September 1st, 2016 by Robert Ingraham

Community Task Force presented information to organizations regarding environment changes.  A dementia-friendly organization is one whose staff has been trained in how best to serve its customers who have dementia and one that looked at its environment and made the changes needed to help improve the experience for individuals who struggle with memory challenges.  WSCS is now airing the opening comments of this informational meeting. Select Events in the Video On Demand.