1. Talking to Your Students About Online Safety

Talking to Your Students About Online Safety

Technology expert John Corwin will reveal how hackers work and share detailed steps you can follow to thwart their attacks. You will learn how to keep yourself and your students safe online.
Event ID: 2255467
Not for Sale
Date: Tuesday, April 14 2020; 1 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 90 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: John Corwin
Credits: Certificate of Attendance

Talking to Your Students About Online Safety

“Third-party data breach exposes…employees’ personal information”

“Cruise line suffers data breach”

“Cloud storage exposes 270,000 users’ private information”

“Ransomware attacks and data breaches on U.S. schools and colleges triple in 2019”

“Detectives investigate data breach at…county school”

The headlines above are just a small fraction of those highlighting data breaches in the last month. Hackers are stealing information, imposing ransoms, and assuming identities daily. You and your students may be their next targets. With more online learning happening today, teachers, students, and their institutions are at even higher risk than in the past.

You need to know how to protect your online accounts, identify the signs of phishing in online correspondence, and find more security holes that hackers may exploit. By understanding the details of cybersecurity, you can teach your students how to be safe online.

  • What is the #1 vulnerability in any online security system?
  • What are the four most common techniques hackers use to obtain your data?
  • What are the five best practices to keep your data secure?
  • How should you secure your online accounts?
  • What can you emphasize to students to keep them safe?

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