Social Security? Be Aware of What You Share!

What information can your “friends” view on Facebook? How much do your Twitter followers know about you? What personal details can someone gather by simply watching your online activity and researching your public information? You may be surprised.

Learn how sharing seemingly innocent information can lead to identity theft, hear about tips to avoid posting sensitive details, and find out what to do when your accounts have been hacked at this special event in the Kiva on Wednesday, October 14th. No event registration is required.

Event Details

Wednesday, October 14th, 2015
3:30 - 5 p.m.
Kiva (Kent Campus)

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Jack is a well-recognized for his passionate advocacy for information security, and has committed himself to leading IT and risk management initiatives within government, financial and manufacturing sectors. Jack offers nearly 20 years of experience complemented with experience instructing and mentoring. Jack has earned recognition as one of the “People Who Made a Difference in Security 2013” by the SANS Institute and received the CSO50 award for connecting security initiatives to business value. He holds an Executive MBA from Baldwin-Wallace University and a bachelor’s degree from Youngstown State University and is an adviser for Baldwin-Wallace’s State winner Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) team.


Robert has been at the Cleveland division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for six years. He works intensively on both Criminal Intrusion investigations and National Security Investigations. He is excited to inform the Kent State community of what security threats we face as a community and to raise awareness of the FBI’s involvement with the public to help minimize the cyber intrusion threat.