You know the stories: Identity theft; Hacked accounts; Compromised privacy. The information age ushered in boundless potential for sharing information, reconnecting with old friends, and shopping without having to leave our homes. Unfortunately, with this promise, also came serious threats particularly concerning protecting your personal information.
Please join us Wednesday, September 25th at Noon. Miner Library welcomes Tom Hasman, a cyber security expert to address key points to protect your private information, such as:
- What you need to know about your personal information on the Web
- How others get information about your online activities
- How to protect yourself from phishing emails and scams
- What to do if your identity is compromised
About the Speaker: Mr. Hasman is a senior information security analyst for SRA International, Inc. specializing in risk management and security testing, having conducted over 100 risk assessments and security tests on government systems for clients including the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States International Trade Commission (USITC), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Department of Commerce (DOC), and the Department of Treasury. He also advises clients on security policy and how they can implement a strong risk management program with limited security resources. He has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences, meetings, and media events, including Computer Security Institute’s (CSI) Annual Security Conference, the RSA Security Conference and the Rochester, NY Annual Security Summit. He holds ISC2 CISSP and CAP certifications, the NSA-IAM certification and has an MA in Government from Johns Hopkins University writing his master’s thesis on information warfare.
Everyone is welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch.
For more information, contact Linda Hasman at 275-3399.