Data Privacy Week 2022

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Update your privacy settings this Data Privacy Week!

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Defend against COVID-19 scams. Visit the resource library

Share with care

What you post can last a lifetime.

personal information is like money

Value it. Protect it.

LAPTOP AND CELL PHONE

Many apps ask for access to personal information, such as your geographic location, contacts list and photo album, before you can use their services. Be thoughtful about who gets that information.

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Update your Privacy Settings

Want to view or change your privacy/security settings? Visit StaySafeOnline to find direct links to update your privacy settings on popular devices and online services.

 

Exploring Privacy Apps

(InfoSec 101) In celebration of International Data Privacy Day (January 28) and in collaboration with the Center for Digital Humanities’ Privacy Initiative, Princeton University's Information Security Office will discuss several software applications that were developed with privacy in mind. Some applications explored include DuckDuckGo privacy services, Tor browser, Mailvelope encrypted email, and Signal messaging (encrypted instant messenger, voice, and video calling). Join us to learn about both the advantages and disadvantages of these services. This session will be held January 28, 1:05-1:50 PM and recorded.  Visit the Learn Center to enroll.

View all of the ISO's upcoming events.

View all of the Center for Digital Humanities' Privacy Initiative events.

 

Data Privacy in an Era of Global Change

In 2020, the world’s citizens experienced a broad spectrum of events that disrupted people’s lives, from economic turbulence, to the pandemic, to social movements, environmental disasters, and much more. While technology has raced to lead and respond to these times of change, data privacy practices are often left behind, leaving individuals to wonder just how private their data is.

Data Privacy Day 2021 will look at privacy through the lens of the various changes we’ve faced in the past year, and will not only provide a survey of the current privacy landscape, but expert insights on where we as individuals and organizations can improve. 

Watch this live on January 28 at 12 PM (EST) or view the recorded version at a later date. This event is presented by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). Visit the NCSA website to register.

 

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