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Title: Key Information Security Threats.

 

Speakers:

Ms. Nora Al-Shareef, Ms.Lamees Alsuhaibani

Ms.Samar Alshammari, Ms. Fay Almuitairi

Ms.Amal Alhassaan, Ms.Ghalyah Alarifi

Ms. Sara Altewijri, Ms.Kholah Albabtain

Undergraduate Students, IT Department, CCIS, KSU

Supervised by: Dr. Shada Alsalamah, PhD  |  Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology, CCIS, KSU.

 

Synopsis:

Information Technology (IT) is fundamental to businesses and service delivery, which has massively improved the quality of our living today. However, IT raises a number of information security threats that touches all aspects of our lives. In today’s talk, four key information security threats are carefully selected and presented. These threats are: Facebook Access Tokens, Human Error in Information Security, Phishing, and Security of Medical Devices. These threats are investigated and presented by a number of students in IT453 Information Security and Assurance undergraduate course. The aim of this talk is to raise the level of awareness of general audience around information security threats facing their lives..
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Date/Time: Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 12:00pm

Location: Maria Auditorium, F50 in Building 6  - Broadcast to Room 2084 in CCIS Building 31