Cybersecurity and You: Recommendations on Protecting Your Personal Digital Assets

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Nathan Toth, Chair of IEEE Madison, will make a presentation on how you can stay safe online and on your home computers, and how you can protect your digital assets. The threats present against you and your digital assets are serious. But as we become more connected to the world, as our information moves to the cloud, and as our personal identities are further connected to our digital lives, the importance of safeguarding those assets becomes more crucial. Discussed will be tips on how to make sure you can browse the internet safely, how you can protect your computer from malware, how to protect social media accounts, and how to avoid scams and fraud.



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  • Sector67
  • 56 Corry Street
  • Madison, Wisconsin
  • United States 53706
  • Starts 09 April 2019 07:10 AM
  • Ends 16 April 2019 07:10 AM
  • All times are America/Chicago
  • No Admission Charge
  • Menu: Veggie Pizza, Meat Pizza, No Thanks
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Nate Toth

Topic:

Cybersecurity and You: Recommendations on Protecting Your Personal Digital Assets

Nathan Toth, Chair of IEEE Madison, will make a presentation on how you can stay safe online and on your home computers, and how you can protect your digital assets. The threats present against you and your digital assets are serious. But as we become more connected to the world, as our information moves to the cloud, and as our personal identities are further connected to our digital lives, the importance of safeguarding those assets becomes more crucial. Discussed will be tips on how to make sure you can browse the internet safely, how you can protect your computer from malware, how to protect social media accounts, and how to avoid scams and fraud.

Biography:

Nathan Toth

works as a IT Security Systems Administrator at Alliant Energy, and is very experienced in network security, firewalls, defending against internet based threats, and maintaining safe computer systems.  He is a 2007 graduate from Herzing College with a degree in Computer Science, is ISC2, CompTIA, and Cisco certified, and broad experience in securing networks and systems of all sizes. 

 

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Agenda

5:00 - 5:30 PM social time & pizza!

5:30 to 6:30 PM presentation