CEO and co-founder of Auth Air, Yaron Baitch, will deliver a lecture at the JCC on March 22 at 7 p.m. entitled “Hacked! Keeping your identity safe in the Information Age.” Baitch, a Woodbridge resident, will be the fourth speaker in the First Selectman’s new lecture series, Wisdom of Woodbridge.
The Woodbridge of Wisdom series of lectures will be delivered by Woodbridge residents who will discuss their exciting professions, unusual talents and expertise in various topics. The lectures are being co-hosted by the JCC and the Woodbridge Town Library.
Baitch’s company, Auth Air, is located in Woodbridge and develops, sells and manages software and apps created to provide high-tech security solutions for health care providers. Baitch will discuss everyday solutions for individuals to maintain their online security.
“This lecture series is a wonderful way to highlight and interact with some of Woodbridge’s creative big thinkers,” said First Selectman Ellen Scalettar. “Our little town is blessed to have so many people doing fascinating things. We can all benefit and learn from each other.”
The Wisdom of Woodbridge lecture series is part of Scalettar’s goal of promoting and creating more community events to bring residents together. Previous speakers were President and Director of the Museum of the Chinese in America Nancy Yao Maasbach who discussed Chinese immigration, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Commissioner Rob Klee who discussed trash and recycling and Southern Connecticut State University President Dr. Mary Papazian who spoke about the university and the future of higher education.
The next scheduled lecture is entitled “Small Farms Matter: The Effects of our Food System on Climate Change” on April 5 at 7 p.m. The lecture will be delivered by Massaro Community Farm’s Farm Manager Steve Munno and Board Member Jon Gorham.