Practice Manager's Guide to the Bad Guys: Who Wants to Hack You
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About the Webinar
Passwords, phishing, privacy? Pfttt! You're not alone if you would rather tally the numbers in the phone book than deal with your security issues. But you can't be practice management professional without taking responsibility for your personal online security -- for the protection of yourself and your practice.
Online security issues -- and solutions -- don't have to be boring, scary or ignored. Author Beth Z, aka Your Nerdy Best Friend, will have you laughing and learning with the real facts about the threats you face using the technology at your fingertips. And, more importantly, you'll leave with practical tips and tools for breathing easier.
- Understand five vulnerable (and surprising) personal data areas that hackers seek.
- Discover a permanent method for managing your logins and passwords.
- Learn how to protect your privacy on public networks.
- Develop good habits for online security.
- Protect yourself against the newest cyberthreats.
About the Speaker: Beth Z.
Meet Your New Nerdy Best Friend…
Beth Ziesenis: Author. Speaker. Nerd.
Although the only real trophy she ever won was for making perfect French fries at McDonald’s in high school, Beth Z has been featured on Best Speaker lists by Meetings & Conventions magazine and MeetingsNet. And she recently attained her credentials to be a Certified Speaking Professional. It’s kind of a big deal.
Since her first Commodore 64 computer, Beth has made a verb out of the word nerd. She helps computer users all over the country filter through thousands of apps, gadgets, widgets and doodads to find the perfect free and bargain technology tools for business and personal use through presentations and her books, including the latest title, The Big Book of Apps, available on Amazon.com.