Information Security Doesn’t Have to Be Intimidating

Do you know what an 0day is? How about 2FA? Worried about getting pwned?

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With words like breaches, hacks, and ransomware popping up more frequently in the news, worries about information security are growing—and with them, feelings of confusion and uncertainty. But information security doesn’t have to be intimidating. In “Lock It Down: An Introduction to Information Security,” Tracy Z. Maleeff (aka @InfoSecSherpa) will explain some of the basic concepts of information security, introduce the vocabulary, identify resources, and provide some tips on how to stay safe online.

The half-hour Webinar, which will be presented Wednesday, May 25, from 3:00-3:30 p.m. Eastern time, is available only to SLA members. Not a member? Join now!

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Tracy is the owner of Sherpa Intelligence LLC in Philadelphia. She provides research and social media strategies to tech-focused industries and is a contributing author to the cybersecurity portal Peerlyst and a member of the Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu.

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