Ever wonder what you should or shouldn’t share on the internet? Do you see users who are posting everything thing they possibly could on the internet and wonder how to help educate them to protect themselves?
All of this collective sharing, creates a data gold mine for hackers to do their evil bidding. In this session we will talk about what to post on the internet and what not too. We will also look into what hackers can use from the information you’ve posted on the internet and how they can use it to gain access to your and your users personal lives, accounts, credit cards, and more. During this session, we’ll dive into building a strategy plan to help limit and hopefully eliminate these references from your digital footprint to help ensure you are more secure than you were when you first started this session.
By the end of this webinar, attendees will have a virtual toolkit and strategies to help educate users on protecting themselves while online.
Original broadcast August 16, 2017
Biography ~ Justin Denton
Justin Denton is a Technology Innovator, from developing new Technologies at IBM which were deployed to millions of new IBM machines between 2002 to 2011 to being the Faculty Lead and acting Dean for the School of Technology at Rasmussen College. Justin has always taken to heart the continued evolution of implementing technology into his day to day work.In his most recent endeavor Justin has taken on the role of Senior Manager with Collegis Education for which he runs a division of the company that is focused on supporting over 40 College’s and Universities’ online classroom environments. His current focus is to provide industry leading levels of support to the Higher Education Industry as well as grooming team members of the support center into high performing technology professionals ready to promote into elevated roles or responsibility within the company. Justin’s passions are new technologies, education, business process development, and accelerating the growth of individuals through custom tailoring learning technologies.