This series of workshops is designed to help you develop an understanding of why security is important and how to keep yourself, your information, and the university secure.
Number of seats: 20
Delivery method: Lecture and hands-on
Discover how Antivirus Software works, and take a look at a comparison of some of the top options
Offered: September 17th & November 12th at 2PM in FLT133
Get advice on how to create strong passwords and keep your information (and the university's) secure.
Offered: September 10th at 2PM in FLT135 & November 5th at 2PM in FLT133
Learn about the dangers of giving out personal information to strangers and how easy it is for hackers to use information they learn about you to gain access to your confidential files, bank account, etc.
Offered: September 19th & November 14th at 2PM in FLT133
Learn how to best protect yourself while browsing the web, along with which browser is recommended for security.
Offered: September 12th at 2PM in FLT 114 & November 7th at 2PM in FLT108
Basics of how to use a computer
How to surf the Internet
Why you should care about security
Ways that hackers are getting to your information
How to keep your computer secure
Improve your knowledge and skills
Great addition to your resume
Show growth on your evaluation
Keep yourself and information secure
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