This free presentation will present an overview of cybersecurity and data safety concepts. It was created for people and small businesses who do not have a dedicated information security group, to make sure they are aware of these important strategies for staying safe on today’s internet. No specific computing experience is needed. All are welcome.
- Use strong passwords
- Use a password manager
- Enable two-factor authentication
- Don’t fall for phishing attacks
- Don’t over-share on social media
- Use public Wi-Fi safely
- Secure your computer and data
About the presenter
Dave Herrington is a retired IT professional with over 35 years of experience in educational computing at Princeton University. He recently completed his CompTIA Security+ certification and created this lecture on personal cybersecurity in order to raise public awareness of the dangers of today’s internet and current best practices for safe computing.
When and where
Friday, October 25, 7:30 - 9:00 PM
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
177 Princeton-Hightstown Road
Although this event is free seating is limited. We are asking people to sign-up in advance at Eventbrite.
You can view the slides from this talk at https://www.popnj.org/PDF/Be_Cyber_Smart_1f.pdf.