Cybersafe Day April 2017 (Past Event)

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).

Thank you to the over 60 members of the FIT community that joined us on Thursday, April 6 for Cybersafe day. If you missed the day’s events, you can review some of the presentations and instructions from the hands-on demonstrations so you too can learn what you should and shouldn’t do to stay Cybersafe. Be sure to stay tuned for emails from Cybersafe about future events.

Cybersafe Day Program

FIT is Cybersafe: Cybersecurity Starts with You
This 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

This one-hour presentation included 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.

 

James Pearce and Harold Lederman at Cybersafe DayHands-on demonstrations with IT staff
Throughout Cybersafe Day participants had the opportunity to meet with a member of the IT staff for one-on-one demonstrations on securing their mobile devices, how to recognize suspicious activity on your account, how to hold and release printing and more. If you were unable to attend please follow the links in the hands-on demonstration list below for instructions on how to complete the Cybersafe tasks. 

Hands-on Demonstrations

During the Hands-on Demonstration settings you will be offered the chance to learn about the all of following: