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Data Privacy Month: Are You Smarter Than Your Phone?

Data Privacy Month: Are You Smarter Than Your Phone?

 

Did you know, “Smartphones can predict a user's gender with 71% accuracy, & can distinguish between ‘tall’ and ‘short’ people and ‘heavy’ and ‘light’ people, with about 80% accuracy?” Take a look at this recorded webinar from the January 9 EDUCAUSE Live! Data Privacy Month kickoff event with special guest, Rebecca Herold (the Privacy Professor) to find out just exactly how smart your Smartphone is.

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Since 2001 the RIT Information Security Office, in partnership with other community stakeholders, has been a leader in managing information security risk and building community resiliency through:

Threat Management

In order to reduce information security risks, the RIT Information Security Office (ISO) actively works to identify threat agents that are seeking to exploit vulnerabilities in the environment.   This  consist of scanning network traffic for threats.  For more information please contact the Information Security Officer. Current Internet Threats

Vulnerability Management Program at RIT

Vulnerability Management Program at RIT

In order to reduce information security risks, RIT conducts periodic vulnerability assessments that consist of scanning computers campus-wide for high-risk exposures. In addition, the ISO or its designee may scan as needed for vulnerabilities that are under attack.