Digital Self-Defense Training for Students, Faculty, and Staff
Tuesday, March 09 | 4:00PM–4:50PM | Room 550
Session Type: Professional Development
Internet-based learning, teaching, and scholarship are not limited to classrooms and laboratories anymore. They also occur in wireless hotspots, Internet cafÃƒÂ©s, hotels and hostels, off-campus residences, and any place where creative or critical thinking can occur. Effective information security must acknowledge this reality, and focus on people and process in addition to technology. Safe computing in a hostile environment has become a critical literacy for anyone who uses the Internet as an educational resource. This session will share some proven best practices for teaching students, faculty, and staff to think like security professionals and protect themselves.