This multi-award winning program provides greater awareness of negative, irresponsible, and malicious digital behaviors and trends and the method to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber-crime, cyberbullying, and digital exploitation.
Richard Guerry is the author of multiple cyber safety and citizenship books and has been a featured speaker at numerous national & international conferences.
He has also appeared as an expert on CNN and MTV's Thin Line Campaign, as well as in Parade Magazine and in local, regional, and international publications.
Learn more at www.IROC2.org
Search Engine Optimization is becoming an extremely important tool for marketing and enhancing one's public image. Andrew Miranda, who is currently working in Search Engine Optimization for a website hosting company, will discuss the effects of search engine results on individuals, organizations, and society as a whole. The talk will focus on how companies such as reputation.com enhance the image and credibility of their clients. It will also explore the ways search engine results are manipulated and how they can protect or harm YOUR visibility on the web.
Wednesday, November 7, 7:15 - 8;15 pm
25 University Avenue, Room 161
Information Warfare - WCU Adjunct Prof. Irv Schlanger
Friday, November 4th and 11th, 2011: 12:00 - 1:30pm
Location: Sykes Ballroom A
Students will be presenting on a variety of topics in computer safety and security.
Medical Security - Niel Epstein
Information Warfare - Matthew Gotzy
Electronic Commerce Privacy and Security - Kyle Jablonski
Information Warfare - Joseph Nderitu
Malware - Michael Lee
Cloud Security - Noe Charriez
Security on Social Network - Michael Cherubino
Data Security - Matthew Dunwoody
Mobile Device Security - Scott Geller
The Evolution of Social Engineering - Nick Malloy
Thursday, September 29th, 2011: 12:30 - 2:00pm
Location: Sykes Ballroom A
As part of West Chester University's Weeks of Welcome, Richard Guerry, Executive Director of IROC2 (Institute for Responsible Online and Cell-Phone Communications) who will provide you with a greater awareness for negative, irresponsible, and malicious digital behaviors and trends ? beyond the common issues of sexting, cyber bullying and sextortion ? and the method to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of cyber ?crime, bullying or digital exploration. Richard will also be available to answer your questions following the presentation.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011: 11:00-1:00 PM
Location: Sykes Theater
Internet Safety Student Presentations
Topics include RFID chips, search engines, smart phones, and social networking privacy. Audience members will have an opportunity to participate in an open discussion with the speakers regarding these topics.
Student speakers: Ayesha Begum, Fatima Begum, Ben Fowler, Justin Huntington, and Curtis Thompson
View the event's poster for more information.
View the presentations below:
Privacy and RFID Chips (PowerPoint | Video)
Privacy: Facebook and Twitter (PowerPoint | Video)
Search Engines: Then and Now (PowerPoint | Video)
How to Keep Your SmartPhone Safe (PowerPoint | Video)
Social Networking and the Business World (PowerPoint | Video)