Balancing Your Internet Cyber-Life with Privacy and Security

Tuesday, April 29, 2008 - 6:30pm
Joseph Guarino

Whether you're a teenager or college student on MySpace or FaceBook, or a professional using LinkedIn and job posting sites, and whatever your level of technical and social sophistication, you'll find something valuable in this presentation. Social networking, blogs, forums, email, IM all represent evolutionary opportunities to communicate and collaborate but they carry distinct risks. Learn the real world tools and techniques to minimize your risks, protect your privacy/identity and shield your financial health - all while getting the most out of your online existence. The digital world can be a dangerous place; this presentation will give you the practical knowledge to protect yourself.

Sponsored by the Greater Boston Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (GBC/ACM) -- GBC/ACM is the local chapter of the international ACM -- -- the world's oldest and largest educational and scientific computing society, dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences, and applications of information technology, and for interpreting their impact on society at large. GBC/ACM sponsors monthly meetings on cutting edge topics in computer science, software development, and information technology.
Cost: Free

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Presented by Joseph Guarino, Evolutionary IT --