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Cyber Security & You - How can it impede or improve teaching/learning? FridayLive! Feb 22 2pmET

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  • Invitation to Members of TLT Group
    Got 5 minutes on a Friday afternoon?
    Got a share-worthy activity/resource you can introduce in 5 minutes?
    Got an educational pothole someone else might know how to fix?

    If so, please suggest a date in 2019 convenient for you to do a “cameo” in a FridayLive! online session. You won’t be expected to do much more than briefly describe your useful item, or a frustrating instructional bottleneck. If you can join us for a few more minutes, you can take some questions or suggestions. Your cameo does NOT need to relate directly to the main topic of the session.

    We’ll provide some examples and discuss this further during our first FridayLive! of 2019: January 11, 2019 2-3pmET. Here’s a little more description of what we’re looking for. Of course, we welcome your suggestions for clarifying and improving this idea.

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Cyber Security & You: Discussion

FridayLive! Feb 22 2pmET Guest:  John Sener

Cybersecurity affects everyone who relies on the internet, computers, and mobile devices for teaching and learning (even in “traditional” courses that minimize the use of this technology).
Yes/No?

How can infusing CyberSecurity into the curriculum Impede or Improve Teaching/Learning?

Why? Where? Who is responsible? Available resources? 

  • Essential topic within computer science curriculum?
  • “Security Awareness” for everyone?

Issues? [Add more...]

"Personal information of students exposed in Stanford data breach
"Social Security numbers, test scores and essays reportedly among the data compromised," Patrick May, Feb 18, 2019, The Mercury News (Tribune News Service)

Resources? [Add more...]

Password Checkup Chrome extension
"Whenever you sign in to a site, Password Checkup will trigger a warning if the username and password you use is one of over 4 billion credentials that Google knows to be unsafe." from "Protect your accounts from data breaches with Password Checkup," February 5, 2019, Google Security Blog



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