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‘TenK Talk’ on Online Security
The second in a new series of user-friendly, tech-topic “Ten K Talks” is planned this Friday at the School of Information Studies. The topic is personal online security.
The session is scheduled from noon-1:30 p.m. at 011 Hinds Hall (the Innovation Studio, lower level). Pizza will be served, and reservations are not necessary.
“TenK Talks” are open to anyone at the iSchool, the Syracuse University campus and the surrounding community. The programs are hosted by the iSchool’s IT Services Department professionals.
Friday’s talk will address how computer users can protect themselves online and secure their online information. Topics include creating and maintaining strong passwords; securing your wifi network; safe Internet surfing; avoiding phishing scams; and protecting your PC from virus infection. James Powell, instructional technology analyst and an adjunct faculty member at the iSchool, is the principal presenter this month.
Contact Person: J.D. Ross
School of Information Studies