PARTICIPATE IN A CYBERSECURITY TRAINING SESSION

Date: 
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 - 17:00 - 20:00

The passing of Bill C-51 by the federal government will facilitate surveillance of emails and internet activity at the expense of privacy, freedom of expression and circulation.

Social actors will be the first targets of the increased surveillance. Both as a preventative and protective measure, it is crucial that the impacted organisations engage in secure online behaviour when using internet tools and ICTs (Information and Communications Technologies).

By social actors, we mean activists: econological, student, community, union, feminists, political, indigenous groups among others. 

We offer in Montreal a training session on secure online communications.

 

Hands-on training sessions covering in particular:

  • Creating and managing mmemonic passwords
  • Preventing viral infections and digital piracy
  • Securing emails
  • Private browsing online
  • Security on mobile phones
  • Data destruction
  • Free/Open-source solutions
  • Etc.

Important details :

  • Registration: DSS514@alternatives.ca
  • Register quickly : There is space for only 15 people at each session
  • By donation: Intructor is VOLUNTEERING
  • Required material : Bring your laptop
  • Location to be confirmed

** Other training sessions wil be scheduled at the end of the summer and during the fall. Register now so we can plan and provide training sessions for everyone. The next training dates will be published soon.**

PROTECT YOUR INTERNET COMMUNICATIONS! SEE YOU THERE!