Upcoming Webinar on 17 July: The Secure Communicator—Best Practices for Surviving Heartbleed and Other Threats

by Kevin Cuddihy on 15 July 2014

Do you understand how you’ve been affected by the Heartbleed bug? Are you worried about maintaining your privacy online? (You should be.) Do you know how to best protect client or company information? Is it safe to use social media? Have you heard of ransomware? Are you worried about identity theft?

It’s not getting any safer out there! If your head is spinning after considering these questions, you need to attend The Secure Communicator—Best Practices for Surviving Heartbleed and Other Threats, presented by Ben Woelk on Thursday, 17 July, from 4:00-5:00 PM EDT (GMT-4).

Most technical communicators know that it’s important to secure their work and online presence, but many don’t know how to do it effectively. Good security can enable—not hinder—your work. Join the presenter as he discusses the steps you can take to adopt a security lifestyle that protects you and enables you to work effectively:

  • Protecting your computer
  • Protecting your reputation
  • Protecting your information
  • Protecting your identity
  • Creating strong and memorable passwords
  • Leveraging cool tools
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