In recognition of Data Privacy Day, “10 Don’ts” foreword author Tom Jelneck appeared on Fox35’s “Good Day Orlando” program about ways to keep your data safe from hackers and other thieves. You can watch the video via the link below — we are especially grateful to Tom for plugging the book on live TV!!
Direct Link: http://www.fox35orlando.com/good-day/83032189-video
The audio from the October 14 meeting of the Senior Statesman of Virginia, focusing on Internet Security, is now available through the Charlottesville Podcast Network. 10 Don’ts author Eric Rzeszut was one of two featured speakers.
Senior Statesmen of Virginia: Internet Security
10 Don’ts author Eric Rzeszut was invited to speak to the Senior Statesman of Virginia at their monthly meeting on October 14. In recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the program focused on Internet security. Eric gave a presentation based on selected chapters from the book, entitled “Five Lessons from ’10 Don’ts’: Keeping your Digital Life Safe and Private.”
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10 Don’ts author Eric Rzeszut and Bryan Lewis (both of the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce) have published a new article in EDUCAUSE Review. Entitled “Designing IT Guidelines for Global Travel,” the article points out the info security risks inherent in international travel for academics. The article also offers guidelines on how faculty, staff, and students can better protect their devices and their data, as well as a discussion of the legal ramifications from US and foreign perspectives.
“Global programs present a unique challenge for most universities. In addition to the educational experience, global program coordinators take on the responsibilities of student health and safety while shuttling students across time zones and countries. With the major logistical effort required to transport students around the world for academic pursuits, technology concerns can be an afterthought. By working closely with travel coordinators, IT departments can ensure that all parties are in compliance with operational, security as well as legal requirements as they travel in foreign lands.”
Designing IT Guidelines for Global Travel
10 Don’ts co-author Eric Rzeszut will be speaking tomorrow (March 19) at SecureWorld in Philadelphia. If you’re at SWE Philly, please join Eric at 11:15 for “Lessons from ’10 Don’ts’ — Getting Your Users to Care About Security.” Several copies of the book will be available as door prizes!
SecureWorld Philly Agenda
“10 Don’ts” author Eric Rzeszut will speak at the 2015 Association of Collegiate Computing Services of Virginia (ACCS-VA) conference on March 11, 2015.
Lessons from “10 Don’ts” — Getting Your Users to Care About Security
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