I’m very excited to be presenting for the 4th time at the annual Cambridge Science Festival. For those that might not be familiar — it is a celebration showcasing fun and the leading edge in Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Math in New England region. A multifaceted, multicultural event, the Cambridge Science Festival makes science accessible, interactive and fun, highlighting the impact of STEM in all our lives. We at Evolutionary IT have made a consistent effort to give back to our community through dedicating a presentation a year to improving understanding of the world of technology. We are both happy and proud to be a part of such a prestigious and positive community oriented event. Hope to see you all there!
Cambridge Science Festival – 04/17/13
Protecting Yourself Online – A Quick and Simple Guide to Information Security
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Location: Cambridge Public Library, Computer Classroom, 449 Broadway, Cambridge
Details: The Internet and its associated technologies present a world of promise and innovation but hold risks untold for the every day computer user. Social networking, blogs, email, forums all represent evolutionary opportunities to communicate and collaborate but they carry distinct dangers. Learn real world tools and techniques to minimize your risks, protect your privacy/identity and shield your financial health – all while getting the most out of your online existence. We will explore the risks to you as a computer user from your desktop to the ever-expanding world of smart phones, tablets, and the world of cloud computing. The digital realm can be a dangerous place; this presentation will give you the practical knowledge to protect yourself. The slides are now available for download (PDF) and also in our media archive.