QCC Computer Security Awareness Course

  In this  class you will learn how to:

  •  protect your identity on your office and home computer.
  • receive and install free antivirus software available from the CUNY Portal
  • comply with the CUNY and QCC Security policy on private and confidential information.

To register go to: https://www2.qcc.cuny.edu/IT/workshops/register.aspx

Dates/Time: To Be Announced via the _QCC_Community_Dialogue mailing list.

Where:  H-339

 For customized group arrangements contact Quincin Gonjon, Internet Security Officer at Qgonjon@qcc.cuny.edu.


  • College and University Security Breaches
  • Identity Theft
  • Information Security
  • Cyber Security
  • Security Issues of Social Networking
  • Steps Taken by IT to Secure Your Office Computer
  • Social Engineering Exploits
  • Guidelines for a Strong Password
  • How to Password Protect Your Computer Screen
  • Password Protect Your Smart Phone
  • Encryption and Decryption
  • QCC Policies and Guidelines on Sensitive Material
  • The Use of Webdrive and Tumbleweed Encryption Software
  • Malware
  • See Who is Watching You and Why
  • Virus Protection Software
  • How to Download Free Virus Protection Software to Protect Your Home Computers

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