It’s important to educate colleagues and staff about staying safe online – not only in the workplace, but also at home and on the go.

The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) – a co-founder of the STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ campaign – marked Data Privacy Day 2018 with a daylong event streamed live from LinkedIn Corporation in San Francisco, CA. This event featured engaging, fast-paced panel discussions and TED-style talks on the latest privacy issues and trends for consumers and businesses. The day’s events were broadcast via Facebook, Periscope and YouTube for the world to watch.

Check out some of the discussions in these short, informative videos – and share them with your colleagues and employees to help them be more #PrivacyAware!

  • Looking Into a Crystal Ball – What Your Data Says About You: What you and your family do online says a lot about who you are, your preferences, your socio-economic status and more. Experts explain what can be known and assumed about you based on your online behaviors.
  • Five Things You Can Do to Manage Your Privacy Now: Privacy can seem overwhelming, but there are some things you can do to manage your privacy and protect your personal information. Cisco’s chief privacy officer, Michelle Dennedy, discusses what you can do right now to manage your privacy and how it can help in this video (check out her blog post for more).
  • What You Should Know About the Internet of Me and Your Privacy: We love our convenient and fun tech ​devices – ​like​ ​personal assistants, wearables, speakers, cameras, TVs, cars, toys and appliances. These ​connected devices are fueled by information about us, like our behaviors and preferences. Privacy leaders discuss how we are impacted in a growing Internet of Me and what we can do about it.
  • The Problem With Your Online Privacy: Denelle Dixon, chief legal and business officer at Mozilla Corporation, shares her own story of hiring someone to see how much information they could uncover about her and her family using only her name; learn about the problems with your online privacy and how you can take action.
  • Tracking My Location – Business Uses and Consumer Choices: The places you go on a daily basis say a lot about who you are, daily routines, personal interests, health issues, financial decisions and more. This TED-style talk highlights what you need to know about location tracking and the choices you do and don’t have to manage your privacy.
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