Phishing emails - How not to get hooked
Wednesday February 10, 12:15-1:00 PM
In this 45 minute session we'll introduce the audience to phishing emails - what they are, common topics/phrases used, how they work, etc. and then move on to how they can avoid being "hooked". We'll also make special mention of some of the malicious software - keyloggers, ransomware, etc. - being distributed with phishing emails. We'll also touch on the topic of Social Engineering. This session should be considered a must for any department that handles sensitive or mission critical data.
Manage your Outlook inbox
Wednesday February 17, 12:15-1:00 PM
There's more to Outlook than an email client and a calendar. This 45 minute session will focus on how to properly create folders I sub-folders within Outlook, effective folder management (and leveraging that across Outlook on your PC/Sentinel; and webmail), and will also touch on Outlook rules. We've allowed plenty of time for practice and questions.
Wednesday February 24 12:15-1:00 PM
This 45 minute session will give the attendees a look into some of the pitfalls they can encounter when browsing the web. Drive-by attacks, safely using "Cloud" storage (personal use only) and public wi-fi are some of the areas we'll cover.
Passwords and password managers
Wednesday March 2, 12:15-1:00 PM
What is two factor authentication? What makes a good password? Should you use a password manager? These and other questions regarding passwords will be answered in this session along with a demonstration of a password manager program.