Are you concerned about your online security? Do you want to know how to protect yourself and your computer while on the Internet? This free class is for you. It will meet from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the Hanke Room on Saturday, October 20.
As we engage with others more and more online it is critically important that we understand how to protect our information, activities, and reputations. This free class, presented in layman’s terms, will lay out some of the risks and teach you how to minimize those to protect yourself online. Topics will include “no tracking,” cookies, browsers, passwords, and danger signs. It will also describe a free tool for managing your online identities.
Member Matthew Hile will be the instructor. Unfortunately, we do not have resources for students to bring their own laptops. Please use our Sign-up Form, so he knows how many to expect. The class is sponsored by the eSociety Committee.