September 21, 2018
IPSPresents “Cybersecurity: Keeping Kids Safe Online” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 2, at Shortridge High School, 3401 N. Meridian St.
Cybersecurity expert Theresa Payton will share valuable information to help parents, guardians and children understand the dangers lurking online and how to avoid the many traps.
Attendees will learn:
- How to properly monitor and manage a student’s electronic device usage.
- About secret apps that may hide a student’s inappropriate online behavior.
- How social media posts can expose personal information.
- Why ‘stranger danger’ is also a threat online.
- How sharing too much information now can impact a student’s life after high school.
Payton is the first woman to serve as a White House chief information officer. She is one of the most respected authorities on Internet security, data breaches and fraud mitigation.
Founder and CEO of Fortalice Solutions, a cybersecurity and intelligence firm. Payton is also the author of “Protecting Your Internet Identity” and “Privacy in the Age of Big Data,” and has starred in the CBS-TV series “Hunted.” Security Magazine has named her one of the most influential people in security.
Click HERE to register for this free family-friendly event powered by Eli Lilly and IU Health. Child care will be provided by IPS staff.