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Class Details:
Information Security Today

Maine Real Estate: 3 clock hours

   
Location:
Husson University Westbrook Campus

This power point presentation and interactive lecture style class will educate you about the different ways that digital scammers are trying to get your sensitive information, will familiarize you with their tactics, and will teach you how to spot and avoid email and internet fraud as it targets the real estate industry. Class participants will by the end of this course be able to present an advanced understanding of phishing techniques with specific emphasis on spoofing and wire fraud as it pertains to the real estate industry. Participants will be able to identify areas of email considered suspect and utilize safe techniques for determining the legitimacy of emails received. Participants will develop and retain a better understanding of information privacy when dealing with the management and digital transmission of sensitive/confidential data. Participants will be able to identify various forms of malware, how each type spreads through a work environment and will understand how harmful software is transmitted. Finally, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of internal and external security as it pertains to their field of business.
   
Instructor:
Michael Wilford, CCNA, MCSE, A+, NET+, SEC+, CJIS
   
Cost: SOLD OUT
FREE
Free!! Compliments of Katrina DiBiase of Northstar Mortgage Solutions and Red Door Title!
   
Meeting Date: 10/30/19, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Room 105
   
Description: Presented by Michael Wilford, CCNA, MCSE, A+, NET+, SEC+, CJIS this power point presentation and interactive lecture style class will educate you about the different ways that digital scammers are trying to get your sensitive information, will familiarize you with their tactics, and will teach you how to spot and avoid email and internet fraud as it targets the real estate industry.

Class participants will by the end of this course be able to present an advanced understanding of phishing techniques with specific emphasis on spoofing and wire fraud as it pertains to the real estate industry. Participants will be able to identify areas of email considered suspect and utilize safe techniques for determining the legitimacy of emails received. Participants will develop and retain a better understanding of information privacy when dealing with the management and digital transmission of sensitive/confidential data. Participants will be able to identify various forms of malware, how each type spreads through a work environment and will understand how harmful software is transmitted. Finally, participants will be able to demonstrate an understanding of internal and external security as it pertains to their field of business.