PCI Webinar with Carrie Rogers-Whitehead
Online Privacy: How to Protect Yourself and Your Patrons
Competency: Public Access Technology
Sub-Category: Consults appropriate sources to stay informed of emerging security threats and the most current strategies and tools
Now more than ever, your online privacy is at risk. ISPs, advertisers, and many others (including governments and corporations) around the world are increasingly interested in knowing exactly what you’re up to when you browse the web. This webinar will walk you through how your information can be tracked online, and the things that you can do to limit the tracking and ensure your privacy.
By knowing more about how to be private online, you can not only protect yourself but also teach the patrons you serve how to do the same.
Participants will learn:
• What is a VPN?
• How can I browse securely?
• How do FCC regulations affect me?
• How am I tracked online?
• What information about me can be sold?
• How can I protect myself against cyberthreats?
• What are trends in online privacy?
Carrie Rogers-Whitehead ~ Biography
Carrie Rogers-Whitehead is an information professional, instructor, writer, event planner and digital and STEM advocate. She has led and collaborated across sectors in government, academia, nonprofit and business. She is an accomplished speaker and trainer, appearing at dozens of conferences local and nationally and at TEDx. Carrie is the CEO of Digital Respons-Ability bringing innovative digital citizenship to parents, students and educators and the Co-creator of Wizarding Dayz, an event company based in Salt Lake City.
Carrie is passionate about providing access and opportunities for all and was the 2013 Utah Librarian of the Year, NACo innovation award winner and a Red Cross “Community Hero” for her projects with diverse populations.