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December 17, 2015

#ChatSTC Twitter Chat: Toast 2016 with Digital New Year’s Resolutions

2016 is fast approaching, and with the new year comes self reflection and the opportunity to make lifestyle changes to ensure a happier, healthier, more fulfilling life. As you make your New Year's resolutions to improve your offline life, it's a good time to set goals for protecting your online one as well. This #ChatSTC Twitter chat will discuss setting digital resolutions for the year ahead and how online safety, privacy and security can factor in to your 2016 goals.

December 4, 2015

Today’s gamers: the spooks and spies of tomorrow?

For all their virtual achievements, gamers aren't exactly feted for their real-life usefulness; however, the gaming community is proving supremely valuable in the world of technology. The lack of cybersecurity talent to protect us is a real concern, and some are turning to video games to plug the skills gap.

November 19, 2015

#ChatSTC Twitter Chat Transcript: Happy #CyberAware & #PrivacyAware Holidays!

As the holiday season approaches, many of us are traveling, buying holiday gifts and visiting with friends and family. It's important to keep online safety and privacy in mind as you book travel, head out on the road and do your holiday shopping. This #ChatSTC Twitter chat highlighted ways you can protect yourself and your information and make online safety part of the family conversation this holiday season.

November 18, 2015

4 Ways to Reduce Your Digital Exhaust

From the "like" you gave your friends on their politically charged social media posts to the location you shared on apps, everything that you voluntarily share online is fair game for data mining. Your personal information has value, just like money.

September 9, 2015

#ChatDPD Twitter Chat: Back-to-School Tips for Student Privacy

As school goes back in session at colleges and universities around the country, if you are like most students you are thinking about new supplies and technology, class schedules, professors and friends. Something you should also consider adding to this list is privacy. Privacy isn't only about keeping things secret; it's about putting your best foot forward, only sharing information you want to share and owning your online presence. This #ChatDPD discussed the many ways in which college students can manage their privacy as they embark on a new year.