This is a longer overview than is possible in our lunchtime course of information security showing you some tips to protect yourself, your family and the University. Why is your personal information valuable? What are common ways that it might get into the wrong hands and the practical things you can do to reduce the risk of data theft. In this course we'll discuss security considerations in email, web and social networking, consider how to secure your computer and will look briefly at some common scams including phishing. There will be an opportunity to ask in-depth questions and to participate in the online Information Security Awareness module.
|Intended audience||Anyone using a personal computer, email, the cloud, or social media. The series is not technical, it is for anyone who is not an expert in security or data protection. This course is also aimed at University staff.|
|Prior knowledge||Use of web and email|
|Resources||Brief notes are supplied at no charge|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Where next?||There are many sessions in the Security and Privacy Online series of one-hour courses, staff should also take the online Information Security Awareness module|
|3rd week||Tuesday 28 October||14:00-17:00||1||0.00||IT Services, 13 Banbury Road||places available|
|4th week||Monday 3 November||14:00-17:00||1||0.00||Beeson Room, Cairns Library, Radcliffe Academic, Radcliffe Academic, Room 3A25B John Radcliffe Hospital, Headley Way, Oxford, OX3 9DU||Booking opens October 4th 2014||Email me when booking opens|
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