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ASIS Calgary/Southern Alberta eLuncheon – Cyber Security in the Age of Pandemic
February 18 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm EST$11.62
About this Event
Join us on February 18th for an informative presentation on Cyber Security Awareness presented by Kathy MacDonald
During the pandemic, more and more people are working remotely. Basic knowledge about cyber security is critical to a safer home, and a more secure workplace.
In this presentation, Kathy Macdonald will address cyber security, with practical tips and resources to reduce online risk for the home and the workplace. This virtual presentation is designed for anyone interested in learning more about:
• Common tactics, techniques and procedures used in social engineering attacks
• Online threats that have increased during this pandemic including, identity theft, revenge porn, cyber bullying, and online fraud
• Solid tactics that will help safeguard you and your family while working remotely
• Ideas and tips to prevent oversharing personally identifiable information online
Businesses and their employees are facing greater challenges as they respond to an unprecedented global increase in technological crime during the pandemic. This session will cover a diverse range of topics and will provide time for question and answers.
Kathy Macdonald is a retired police officer with the Calgary Police Service, with almost three decades of investigative and crime prevention experience. She has been instructing cyber security courses through the University of Calgary for over ten years. In addition to conducting presentations about cyber crime prevention, Kathy conducts Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) investigations. Kathy recently published Cybercrime: Awareness, Prevention, and Response, a comprehensive Canadian resource talking about how cybercrime affects individuals, businesses, governments, institutions, and organizations.
Zoom meeting instructions will be communicated after you have reserved your ticket.