Staying Safe Online - cybersecurity workshop for beginners

Date: 31-Jan-17 to 31-Jan-17
Location: Main Fellowship Hall / London / United Kingdom
Category: Education

2-part workshop: Tuesdays 31 January and 7th February 2017, 10.30am – 12pm

Cyber threats are more numerous now than ever and being hacked can have devastating consequences on a person. 
If you are interested to learn how to protect yourself, this two-part workshop will teach you everything you need to know. Speaker Jeremy Bokobza – who has 11 years’ experience in software engineering – will cover topics such as passwords, encryption, Wi-Fi, malware, spam and scams, social engineering, privacy, and what to do if you have been hacked. This workshop will include demos, stories and the opportunity to ask questions.
Open to all ages and all levels of knowledge.

Who's the workshop for?
It's for everybody but people with no deep knowledge of technology will get the most out of it.
The material is delivered in simple terms that everyone can understand.

How confident with technology do I need to be to attend the course?
The least confident and knowledgeable you are, the more you'll learn. The workshop is conducted in a judgment-free environment.

Will I learn things that will blow my mind?

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is parking around and inside the school.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
You don't need to bring anything, just come with an open mind and a will to learn.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, a confirmation on your phone is enough.

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