“Internet Privacy, Passwords, and Avoiding Online Problems”
Categories: S, IR
The daily news is constantly bringing us information about identity theft and personal information being stolen from both individuals and companies. It would be nice if we could all just use our computers and the Internet without having to worry about such things, but we can’t. This presentation will give us some ways to avoid problems and minimize our online risks.
George D. Hickman is an Associate Professor of Information Systems and Technology at Utah Valley University and has degrees from BYU and San Diego State University. He has nearly completed his PhD at Indiana State University and will receive that soon. He has taught at UVU since 1996 with specializations in Computer Forensics, Information Security, and Mac OS X / Mac Server. He is the coordinator for the Digital and Computer Forensics emphasis in the IT Degree at Utah Valley University and is also the Internship Coordinator for internships in the IS&T Department. More information about him is on his UVU webpage https://www.uvu.edu/profpages/profiles/show/user_id/2038 .
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