The Internet brings a lot of great things into our lives; these days we’re living more of our lives online. Unfortunately, when reports of digital security breaches are in the news, the digital world can sometimes seem scary. But keeping yourself safe online is a lot like real-world security—you just need a few basic tools and some common sense.
So, in this class, you’ll learn some of those tools and techniques, such as:
- Using a password manager to protect your information
- Creating secure passwords you can remember
- Adding an extra layer of security with two-factor authentication
- Avoiding common mistakes that can lead to privacy problems
- And more!
This is a hybrid technology class—we’ll offer it in-person in Technology Classroom A on the 3rd floor of the Main Library and online via a Zoom webinar. Registration is required!
If you’d like to attend in person at the Main Library, please use the “register” button found to right or at the bottom of this page.
Or, if you’d like to attend the class virtually, please use the button below to register via Zoom. You may want to install Zoom on your computer or mobile device beforehand (which you can do by clicking here).
If you have questions, email email@example.com or call 501-918-3068.