Information Technology Services
UCOP National Cyber Security Awareness Month Forum
THIS EVENT HAS PASSED. REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.
October 16, 2018, 11AM-1PM
UCOP, Franklin Lobby 1
Cybersecurity and Human Trafficking - What You Need to Know
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Security for Your Personal Apple Devices
This event also includes lunch, a raffle, and giveaways.
Come to any or all sessions
11-11:45: Security for your personal Apple devices
11:45-Noon: Lunch. Pizza lunch will be provided
Noon-1PM: Cybersecurity and Human Trafficking: What You Need to Know
UCOP, 1111 Franklin St., Oakland, CA
Lobby 1 Conference Room
In-person only - Space is limited to 110 attendees.
Overview: On October 16, 2018, UCOP will host an exciting speaker event for National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Opening the event at 11AM, a representative from Apple will come to share helpful information about security features and tips for personal devices. At Noon, two members of the California Cybersecurity Institute at Cal Poly will speak about online human trafficking and cyber strategies for combating it. The event will include lunch, a raffle, and giveaways.
Opening Session: Security for Your Personal Apple Devices:
Learn about security features and tips for your personal Apple devices from Ben Graham, a representative from Apple's Education division.
Featured Session: Cybersecurity and Human Trafficking - What You Need to Know:
Each year, an estimated 1,000,000 victims are trafficked in the United States. What once occurred on the streets, in areas and neighborhoods often known as “red-light districts”, is now taking place online. Victims are lured away by persuasive online chats, false job advertisements, and are advertised in the darkest places of the web.
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo's California Cybersecurity Institute has created a training course to help understand how to leverage technology to fight against this unacceptable form of modern slavery in America.
By attending this session, you will learn:
-How technology is currently being used to recruit and exploit individuals
-Mobile phones and illicit massage business
-Forensics and CalECPA (non-technical)
-How an everyday mobile phone can save a life from human trafficking
-How you can join the fight
Bill Britton, Cal Poly
CIO and VP of Information Technology Services
Director California Cybersecurity Institute
Instructor, Cyber Strategies for Combating Human Trafficking
Cal Poly California Cybersecurity Institute
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The UCOP NCSAM Forum was generously sponsored by