Wednesday, 20 February, 2013
Adam Edwards (Director of Information Security)
February 20, 2013 - 12:00-1:00PM in WML 305
This session will teach you some techniques for creating memorable passwords, give you some tools that can be used to improve password security, and tell you some ways that you can keep your password safe. This session will give you some tips on how to recognize if you are being targeted as a social engineering victim. This is when someone attempts to get your password by tricking you into thinking that he is someone else. A light lunch will be provided.
Session is open to all University faculty and staff, but seats are limited, so please let us know you are coming. You can register at www.scranton.edu/ctleregistration under Technology on Your Own Terms.