The deadline to sign up for next Monday’s Oct. 5 IT Security Training Event is coming. If you’ve been waiting until the last minute to sign up, this would be your time! Get more details about the Oct. 5 security event and register for the event by Friday, Oct. 2.
This free event is open to K-State faculty/staff and students, as well as IT professionals from other Regents’ institutions. Friendly, non-technical sessions this year will cover:
- How to make your PC and home wireless network more secure
- How computers get infected from web browsing and opening music files
- How to keep data on your mobile device more secure
- How to get started using IT security resources for K-Staters
- How to travel more safely with your computer and data
As usual, the event will also include more-technical sessions for advanced users and IT support staff. The keynote presentation is “Securing the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources” by Chuck Clanahan, from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Take a look at the program schedule and sign up now. If you don’t have a chance to register by Friday, you’ll be welcome at the registration desk Monday morning.