Living in a digital world has huge advantages and is a necessity for most but balancing security and convenience can be tricky. With all of the recent security attacks and the mountain of accounts, usernames, and passwords we’ve collected just to maintain business as usual, it’s high time we get serious about security. coWORKer extraordinaire Barry Stump will lead a timely and useful talk about how internet security works, and best practices for protecting your personal accounts.
Noon- 1 PM in the WORK Library. Feel free to bring a bag lunch.
Please RSVP here. $5 suggested donation at the door – help us keep the lights on and keep great programs coming your way! (WORK Members free)
coWORKer Barry Stump (AKA ‘the Mayor of WORK’) is a modern day jack-of-all-trades. During a Coffee Social discussion of password protection and online security Barry was asked to elaborate- and thus this Lunchtime Lesson!