540 million Facebook records. 5 billion Yahoo accounts. 500 million Marriott guests. Voting records for 198 million Americans. These are just a few of the massive breaches we’ve learned about in recent years... and just as quickly forgotten. Hack after hack, company after company, we simply do not know where to begin to secure our data or our privacy - not as consumers, not as companies, and not as governments. This session will explain how and why our cybersecurity is in such steep decline, and what we can do to truly protect our data.
Protecting your online privacy is more important today than it ever was. Around the world, online activities have increasingly become a central part of daily life. You send email, check your social network account or the weather, stream videos, tweet, share photos, download music, back up files using online services like OneDrive or Dropbox, and create documents.
Organizations that collect and use your information have responsibilities to protect it. However, you can take various precautions to protect yourself from identity fraud or the misuse of your information, or to ensure that your privacy is respected in the way you would want.
• Understand what information is available about you online
• How to control the information that is out there about you
• How to remove personal data about you online
• Learn to actively manage your online footprint
Online Live Event
February, 18, 19 & 22
8:30 - 12:30 MST