Maintaining Electronic Privacy in the Modern Age

Which organization do you believe is the more active threat to your privacy: the NSA or Google? The answer might surprise you. In this age of ubiquitous electronic usage, personal privacy is going the way of the dodo. While many argue they have nothing to hide, the right to maintain one's privacy is still something to be protected. Explore the various ways our privacy is eroding and their detrimental effects. For example, would it surprise you to learn that when you purchase an item on the Internet, you might be charged more than the next guy simply because the seller has learned about you and knows you will pay more? See demonstrations and learn methods to counter the many ongoing attacks on our privacy, and leave with a treasure trove of information to continue exploring. Chris Murphy is a certified information systems security professional (CISSP) who has working extensively in the information assurance industry for various corporate and private clients. Join this class and learn more about just how private your personal data is (or is not) and what you can do about it. This is a great companion course to Chris Murphy's Safe Computing in the Unsafe Age of Hackers & Data Breaches: Computer Security for the Home User.

Code:3110BV
Dates:January 22, 2019 Check for other dates
Meets:One Tue., 5:30-8:30PM 01/22
Location:CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec
Fee:$46
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
Notes:$5 materials fee payable in class

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