Recent news confirmed that the government has been watching us closer than we ever imagined. All our electronic communication is available for their perusal.
Even though we can't completely escape their radar, there are many things you can do right now to minimize exposure.
Craig Lucca, the Director of Security for one of the nation's leading law firms, will be advising folks on tactics to avoid government snoops when writing e-mails, browsing the Web, and overall Internet usage. He'll provide attendees with a "tool box" of free resources they can start using immediately after the class. He'll also talk about 128-bit encryption and give some basic guidelines on how to implement.
Craig's Bio: For over 17 years, he has lead numerous security initiatives and provided subject-matter expertise to some of the largest global private corporations and public agencies. Recognized by industry leaders and peers as a both a security visionary and innovator, he has contributed to the development of dozens of software, networking, storage and security products. He is also founder and owner of Grey Swan LLC, a Data and Physical Security consulting service. Grey Swan offers enterprise-class security consultants and architects dedicated to focusing on mid-sized organizations.
*The meeting will be held in the Ferguson Library's 3rd-Floor computer lab.