The Instructional & Information Technology Security Office invites faculty, staff and students to a series of campus activities during Cyber Security Awareness Week from May 3-6 in the Bronco Student Center?s Ursa Minor Room, including a speech by FBI expert Joe Ferrerar addressing identity theft on Tuesday, May 4, at noon.
In addition, Tom Temple, director of Worldwide Internet Enforcement for the Motion Picture Association of America, will give a speech about copyright, peer-to-peer, privacy and presentation on Wednesday, May 5, at noon in the Bronco Student Center?s Ursa Minor Room.
From May 3-6, 45-minute security awareness presentations will be given on the hour from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m., covering topics such as spyware, spam, e-mail security, passwords, antivirus software, personal firewall software and Windows update and patching.
All student participants will receive a free copy of Norton Antivirus Software and all attendees will receive a free license for online security awareness training from the SANS institute. SANS online security awareness features include Web-based training, quizzes, an exam and certificate of completion, status reports, security assessments and monthly awareness newsletters.
In addition, a morning hands-on Microsoft Security lab in CLA C4-025 will be offered to campus technicians. The class, taught by Microsoft representatives, will include implementation and/or managing of:
Cyber Security Awareness Week activities are supported by the Title V grant, ?Improving Access to Information Systems at Hispanic-Serving Institutions: A Cooperative Arrangement.? Grant participants include Cal State San Bernardino, Cal State Los Angeles, Cal Poly Pomona, Mt. San Antonio College and Oxnard College.
For more information on these events, contact Dan Manson at (909) 869-3244.