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Donald E. Hester

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Social Media (Web 2.0) and
Privacy





Maximize your CCC Confer window.


Phone audio will be in presenter
-
only mode.


Ask questions and make comments using the chat window.

Housekeeping




Adjusting Audio

1)
If you’re listening on your computer, adjust your volume using
the speaker slider.


2)
If you’re listening over the phone, click on phone headset.


Do not listen on both computer and phone.





Saving Files & Open/close Captions

1.
Save chat window with floppy disc icon

2.
Open/close captioning window with CC icon




Emoticons and Polling



1)
Raise hand and Emoticons

2)
Polling options

Donald E. Hester





Social Media (Web 2.0) and
Privacy




Social Media?




Types


Social Networking


Blogs


Vlogs


Podcasts


Internet forums


Wikis


Groups


Product reviews


Virtual reality


Micro blogging


Media sharing

Social
Media

Social
Shopping

Social
Gaming

Social
Networking




Social Media (Web 2.0)


Services are extremely popular and useful


Almost a must today, (if you are not in, you
are out)


People post too much information about
themselves or their kids


Be aware of your aggregate information


The key is to be aware of what you are
sharing





Types


Social Networking


Blogs


Vlogs


Podcasts


Internet forums


Wikis


Groups


Product reviews


Virtual reality


Micro blogging


Media sharing




Everyone is getting in on it







Benefits


New ways of reaching customers (students)


New ways of researching


Meet people (students) were they are


Get the message out faster to more people


Democratization of media


Relationships and conversation


Increase transparency in government and
organizations


Community, sharing, and connecting
(Collaboration)




The Bad


Unqualified opinions


Massive amounts of content


Consistent delivery


Information overload


Work/Life balance


Mob opinion


Anonymity


Online Bullies


Cyber
-
stalkers




Security v. Privacy


But security issues and privacy issues are entirely two different beasts.


A security issue occurs when a hacker gains unauthorized access to a
website or your computer.


Hacking


Virus, worm or malicious software


Privacy issues involve the unwarranted access of private information.


Typically information you put there but did not intend for everyone to see it


Information about you posted by someone else




Can someone use what you post
against you?




Privacy


Would you invite a
stranger into your house
to look at your children's
photo album?


Public v. Private


Aggregate information
sources could give
someone more
information than
intended.




Privacy


Do you have control of what is posted?


Not all fame is good!


People use anonymity to post stuff about
others!


Embarrassing , loss of credibility




Privacy


Do I have control
of what is posted
about me?


Look yourself up!


All but one of
these is about
me.


One of these I
was completely
unaware of.


Even if you are
not on the web,
you may be on
the web!


Do what you can
to control what is
out there.




Privacy







Privacy


Can someone use what you post
against you?




Security


Scams


Applications gather information about you


You may set your self up to being charged


Fraud


Identity theft




Security




Settings in FaceBook






Settings in FaceBook






Settings in FaceBook






Settings in FaceBook










Settings in FaceBook




Settings in FaceBook




Settings in FaceBook




Settings in Twitter




Browser Security




Browser Security




General Rules


Limit the personal information you post. Your real friends should already
know.


Review privacy statements of sites and applications.


Be wary of application that need access to your information or profile.


Remember aggregate information.


Keep your posts on information on a professional level


Don’t instant message, email, post, blog, podcast, share, tweet, upload or
otherwise leave anything on the Internet you wouldn’t want to see on the
front page of the local paper.


Protect you computer, keep it up
-
to
-
date, install Anti
-
virus


Use complex passwords, don’t share your passwords





References


http://www.LearnSecurity.org


http://www.onguardonline.gov


http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/idt
heft/


http://www.microsoft.com/protect/default.
mspx





Donald E. Hester

CISSP, CISA, CAP, MCT, MCITP, MCTS, MCSE Security, Security+

Maze & Associates

@One / San Diego City College

www.LearnSecurity.org

http://www.linkedin.com/in/donaldehester

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=245570977486






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