Cyberattacks, identity theft, and online scams are all over the news lately. Many attacks against institutions like FIT succeed because of something a community member did (clicking on something they shouldn’t) or didn’t do (use a strong password).
Join us Thursday, April 6 for Cybersafe Day, to learn what you should and shouldn’t do. Register at the bottom of the page to receive reminders of the day’s events.
Thursday, April 6, 2017
10 am – 4 pm
Seminar Room 9
Schedule at a Glance
10 – 11 am Hands-on demonstrations with IT staff
11 – Noon FIT is Cybersafe: Cybersecurity Starts with You, Presentation by Walter Kerner
Noon – 1 pm Hands-on demonstrations with IT staff
1 – 2 pm FIT is Cybersafe: Cybersecurity Starts with You, Presentation by Walter Kerner
2 – 3 pm Hands-on demonstrations with IT staff
3 – 4 pm Keeping your Google Account Safe, Presentation by Patricia Krakow
Cybersafe Day Program
FIT is Cybersafe: Cybersecurity Starts with You
– 11 am and 1 pm
This one-hour presentation will review the importance of Information Security on college campuses and teach you how you can protect yourself and FIT against cyber threats. Hear real life examples of cyber attacks and learn practical, easy methods to protect yourself and your information.
Keeping your Google Account Safe
– 3 pm
This one-hour presentation will include some best practices to keep your Google account safe. Including: how to run a security check, turning on 2-step verification, and advanced owner settings in Google Drive.
Hands-on demonstrations with IT staff
– Throughout the day
Want to learn more? Meet with a member of the IT staff for one-on-one demonstrations on securing your mobile devices, how to recognize suspicious activity on your account, how to hold and release printing, how to clear cached data from your browser, and many other useful practices to keep your information safe.