Cryptoparty Ann Arbor: Understanding Phishing and Malware

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Date(s) - 02/16/2020
Cost: Free


Downtown Branch of AADL
Region: Downtown
343 South Fifth Avenue, Ann Arbor

Event Description

The most common threats your learners are likely to face online are links and files pretending to be something they’re not — in other words, phishing and malware. Defending against these sneaky hacking strategies is less about downloading new tools or software, and more about building up your awareness and understanding.

This workshop is based on a lesson from the  Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Security Education Companion and is in partnership with Cryptoparty Ann Arbor: a community of privacy-minded educators, techies, activists, and enthusiasts working to help reclaim privacy.

For adults & teens. Held in Secret Lab.

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