Our work environment may have changed, but cyber security risks and challenges remain the same. We seem to have more to worry about now. Are you concerned about recent phishing campaigns designed to prey on our COVID-19 worries? How about the security of your Zoom meetings? Maybe the return to work that has you worried. What security protections will be provided for your health information as you return to the office or classroom?
In the spirit of easing your concerns in a friendly and approachable way, our Cyber Security panelists will answer your questions and provide reassurance about how to manage your remote work environment securely, offer suggestions for small and easy actions that will make a big impact, and provide insight into the really serious risks and what we can do about them.
We’ll talk about everything… from identifying suspicious email to creating a super strong password to using your own virtual network to thwart hackers. Bring your questions and concerns and share your experiences with our experts. They’ll make you feel empowered to work and socialize remotely… securely.
Bailey Andrews, HUIT Program Manager for Training and Development, has worked with Harvard faculty, staff, and IT professionals on a wide variety of technical solutions. With almost a decade of experience providing training and support, she has seen it all and can help guide you to secure solutions for your technological challenges.
Micah Nelson is the University Information Security Awareness Officer. His engaging and memorable security presentations are appreciated at University and national forums; he combines technical acumen with humorous examples to help you learn and remember why.
Louw Smith is a HUIT Information Security Engineer. Using various monitoring tools and reports from the community, his team works to respond to issues ranging from online harassment to hacked servers, and sometimes, when necessary, coordinating their work with law enforcement.