Events 2020

Cybersecurity Virtual Training

Attend a virtual training session to learn more about how to practice good cybersecurity and help protect the FSU community.

Exploring Security in Canvas
October 2 | 10-11AM
Are you taking the necessary precautions to secure your Canvas courses? This session focuses on common security issues in Canvas, including FERPA and course materials security, and how to protect student data. Participants will also learn how to use the Canvas quizzes tool and the Honorlock tool to increase exam security and minimize cheating.
Presentation by Mary Eichin, Kip Butts and Amanda Whitaker of the Office of Distance Learning

Cybersecurity 101
October 7 | 10-11AM
If your digital habits were inspected, would you pass the test? This training will cover the basics of cybersecurity and teach you how to make smart digital decisions, including creating a strong password, securing your mobile devices, avoiding phishing attacks and safely connecting to Wi-Fi. Find out how the smallest and simplest actions can substantially increase your cybersecurity.

Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity and You
October 9 | 10-11AM
Hurricane. Fire. Ransomware. If disaster strikes, are you prepared? Has your department identified the assets most critical to your operations? Do you have a documented plan to ensure your department’s critical assets are appropriately managed during a disaster? Come to this workshop to see what FSU is doing to prepare for disasters and learn how you can position your department to be prepared for the worst. Tech swag for all attendees.

Enabling Secure Remote Workers: A Framework for Balancing Security and Productivity
October 14 | 10-11AM
Now that a significant shift to remote workers has occurred in order to maintain productivity, it’s time to re-evaluate your security framework. Balancing security with end-user productivity has been and always will continue to be a “dance” between an organization and its IT department. Attackers are shifting their tactics towards targeted phishing attacks and infiltrating campus networks via virtual private networks and third party collaboration tools. Cisco will discuss frameworks for protecting the identity, protecting the endpoint and protecting the network.
Presentation by Eddie Reeves Cisco, worldwide leader in IT and networking

How to Spot a Phish
October 16 | 10-11AM
Don’t take the bait! This training will cover the different types of phishing and social engineering exploits that attempt to trick you into giving up personal information. We will demonstrate how attackers do this through emails, phone calls and even texting. Leave this session with tips and tricks on how to spot and deflect these malicious attempts to steal your personal data.

Zoom Security
October 21 | 10-11AM
How do you ensure your Zoom meeting is safe from malicious participants? And what do you do if one makes their way in? This session will show you how to select all the right options when setting up and hosting a meeting to ensure a safe, uninterrupted Zoom environment. Topics covered will include scheduling the meeting, appointing a “Zoom traffic cop” and getting your Zoom meeting under way.

Cybersecurity 101
October 23 | 10-11AM
If your digital habits were inspected, would you pass the test? This training will cover the basics of cybersecurity and teach you how to make smart digital decisions, including creating a strong password, securing your mobile devices, avoiding phishing attacks and safely connecting to Wi-Fi. Find out how the smallest and simplest actions can substantially increase your cybersecurity.

Emergency Management at FSU
October 28 | 10-11AM
How does FSU prepare for and cope with emergencies? This session will give you insight into the operations of the FSU Emergency Management team and how they plan for and process emergencies as they occur at the university. We will discuss the university's all-hazards emergency framework which drives preparedness, response and recovery actions for a variety of emergency conditions that could adversely affect the health, safety or general welfare of the FSU community.

How to Spot a Phish
October 30 | 10-11AM
Don’t take the bait! This training will cover the different types of phishing and social engineering exploits that attempt to trick you into giving up personal information. We will demonstrate how attackers do this through emails, phone calls and even texting. Leave this session with tips and tricks on how to spot and deflect these malicious attempts to steal your personal data.

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