On Thursday, December 12, the Information Security Office gathered from 2-5 PM to host a holiday open house and posterboard session. And what a great event it was! I mean, what’s not to like? There were festive beverages, snacks, and opportunities to learn. All of that, and a lovely location as well. The event was held at Prospect House on the Princeton University campus.
Charged with keeping our campus safe from cyber criminals, the Information Security Office believes that arming the campus community with knowledge makes all the difference. At this event, attendees had the opportunity to enjoy festive nosh while viewing information security-related posters. If you missed this event, check out the links and images for all eight posters below.
- Securing your Home Network Devices
- Classifying your Data at Princeton
- Social Engineering
- LastPass Password Manager
- Don’t be the Low Hanging Ornament
- Elements of Cloud Security
- Attack Flow – Common Paths for Email Attacks
- Anatomy of a Phishing Email
Interested in learning more? The Information Security Office at Princeton offers many opportunities to learn throughout the year. For additional information security resources, visit our website. We look forward to seeing you at upcoming events.