“Food for “Thought” at the Savannah JEA

You are invited to join Phase2 Advantage at the Jewish Educational Alliance for another great session in the “Food for Thought” series.

This speaking event will be hosted by the JEA on February 09 from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm.  A full lunch will be served, followed by the speaking event and a Q&A session with the guest speaker.

The guest speaker will be Michael I. Kaplan, the Founder and CEO of Phase2 Advantage Cybersecurity.  The topic of the event will focus on cybersecurity for vulnerable populations and will include tips and tricks for enhanced security and protection when engaging computer systems for personal use.

Food For Thought is the Savannah Jewish Federation’s weekly luncheon and speaker series which provides a nutritious meal and socialization paired with a speaker presentation. They have hosted politicians, attorneys, doctors, religious leaders, non-profit organizations, authors, and a wide range of entertainers.

As a part of their Jewish Family Services, the Food For Thought program has been serving the Greater Savannah area for over two decades and continues to be an integral part of their mission.

Seating is limited!  To register for this great lunch and speaking event, please contact Sarah Docar via the information provided below.  If you live in or near Savannah, we look forward to meeting you at this event.

Sarah Docar
“Food For Thought” Program Coordinator
Jewish Educational Alliance
5111 Abercorn Street
Savannah, Ga 31405

Michael I. Kaplan is the founder and CEO of Phase2 Advantage, and currently manages the Defensive Security initiatives of the company. He is a military veteran and a national advocate for the military affiliate community. After attending the U.S. Army’s Intelligence Center of Excellence at Fort Huachuca in Arizona in 1983, he attended the Defense Language Institute, Airborne School, several specialized Schools at FT. Bragg in North Carolina, and was assigned to the 11th Special Forces Group (AGR).

Michael was recruited in 1989 to Special Projects Group and served as an instructor and operator on a Federal International Fugitive Task Force (his FBI letters of reference can be viewed on his LinkedIn profile). He was responsible for supervising and training 325 agents who were responsible for more than 3,000 UFAP apprehensions in seven years. Michael left government service in 1994 to pursue a career in High-Threat Executive Protection as an instructor and operator, then founded Phase2 Advantage in 2014. His numerous Instructor firearm certifications are listed on the Phase2 Advantage website and LinkedIn.

Feel free to contact Michael at michael.kaplan@phase2advantage.com.