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    • 1. HECC Driver’s Education for the Information Highway
    • 2. Driver’s Education for the Information Highway
      • Analogous to driving a car
      • Benefits and risks
      • We work hard to make sure our students have skills and knowledge they need
    • 3. Driver’s Education for the Information Highway What we’ll cover today
      • Protect your vehicle and yourself
        • Major risks we face when working online and using email
        • Ways we can minimize these risks
        • Protect your passwords
      • Stay safe when sharing the road
        • Risks we encounter when using social networking sites (e.g. cyberbullying)
        • What technology and education experts recommend for managing those risks
      • Drive carefully
        • Is information you post really private?
        • When we delete it, is it really gone?
      • Know the rules of the road
        • Verify content accuracy
        • Guard against plagiarism
    • 4. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Risks
        • Unsafe disclosure of personal information
          • Active and passive
        • Malware ( Mal icious Soft ware )
    • 5. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
    • 6. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Unsafe disclosure of personal information
        • What
          • Usernames
          • Passwords
          • Social Security numbers
          • Credit card numbers
          • PIN numbers
          • Information that can be used to locate you, like address, phone number, etc.
    • 7. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Unsafe disclosure of personal information
        • How
          • You reveal
            • Social engineering
            • Unintentional sharing
          • Stolen by malware
    • 8. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Social engineering
        • Art of manipulating people into performing actions or divulging confidential information
          • Phishing
          • Baiting
      Kevin Mitnick
    • 9. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Phishing
        • Email appears legitimate
        • Urgent
        • Site requests information
        • Often contains malware
    • 10. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Phishing
        • Seems obvious, but people reply
    • 11. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Phishing: How to protect yourself
        • Be aware and make sure students are aware no legitimate business or organization will EVER ask you to send personal information via email or unsecured site
        • Never click on a link in an email unless you know source
        • Whenever entering information in a site, look carefully at url
        • Use anti-virus program that has phishing filter
    • 12. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
    • 13. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • Baiting
        • Attacker leaves malware infected media in location sure to be found
        • Makes label enticing
        • Malware loaded when media inserted into computer
    • 14. Safe Driving on the Information Highway: Protect your vehicle
      • How to protect yourself from baiting
        • Simple. Never insert a flash drive, cd etc into your computer that is not yours or from a source you trust
    • 15. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Unintentional sharing: What is it?
        • Photos with identifying information
        • Public messages (Myspace wall) with identifying information
    • 16. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Unintentional sharing: How to avoid
        • Carefully look at and coach your students to carefully look at and think through all information they post online
    • 17. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Malware
        • Once loaded can work 24 hours a day
          • Transmitting your personal information
          • Downloading advertisements
        • Hijack your computer for its own use
    • 18. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • How malware gets installed
        • Trick you into clicking link
          • File download
          • Active X
        • Sometimes act of canceling or trying to close pop up will activate installation
        • Trojan in freeware
          • Screensavers, etc.
    • 19. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • How to protect yourself from malward
        • Anytime you are installing freeware
          • Read license agreement carefully
          • Check publisher’s website carefully
          • Do web search with keywords: name of program, adware, spyware
        • Install pop up blocker
        • If you click on link and see install dialog box don’t hit yes unless you are sure of source
    • 20. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Protect your passwords
        • Use strong passwords
          • 8-13 characters
          • Letters and numbers or special characters
          • Not complete words
            • First letter or each word in a phrase
        • Hard to guess. Easy to remember.
    • 21. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Don’t use
        • “ password” “passcode” “admin” etc.
        • Anything people would know about you
          • Pets name, child’s name, birthday, etc.
        • Swear word
    • 22. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Protect your passwords
        • Never share it
        • Never write it down
    • 23. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Summary
        • Don’t open email if you don’t know who it is from
        • Don’t click on a link in email unless you trust source
        • Don’t open an attachment or download a file unless you trust source
        • If you ever do click on a link in an email, carefully check url
    • 24. Safe Driving on the Information Highway Protect your vehicle
      • Point your browser to http://hecctw11.ning.com/
      • Click sign up
      • Upload your photo if you brought one and fill out your profile
      • Click on “My Settings” and edit/add to “About me,” “Privacy,” and “Email.”
      • Under privacy, for today’s purposes, I recommend letting anyone view and comment on your pages.
    • 25. Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
      • Myspace = 200 million
      • Facebook = 39 million
    • 26.
      • 93% of American teens use internet (12-17) 1
      • 96% of students with online access report they have used Driver's Education for the Information Highway 2
      • 51% of boys, 58% of girls created profiles on social networking sites 3
      • 9-17 year olds spend about 9 hours a week on social networking activities 1
      Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
    • 27.
      • How do teens use social networking sites?
      Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
    • 28.
      • Social networking sites: Risks
        • Unsafe disclosure of personal information 1
        • Cyberthreats 1
        • Risky sexual behavior 1
        • Dangerous communities 1
        • Addiction 1
        • Anonymity 2
        • Cyberbullying 1 (let’s take a closer look)
      Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road 1 Source: Nancy E. Willard, A Briefing for Educators: Online Social Networking Communities and Youth Risk. 2006. http://csriu.org/cyberbully/docs/youthriskonlinealert.pdf 2 Source: Magid, Larry, and Collier Anne. MySpace Unraveled: a Parent's Guide to Teen Social Networking. Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press, 2007
    • 29.
      • Cyberbullying: What is it?
        • Flaming
        • Harassment
        • Denigration
        • Impersonation
        • Outing
        • Trickery
        • Exclusion
        • Cyberstalking
      Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road Source: Nancy E. Willard. “Educator’s Guide to Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats. April 2007. http://www.cyberbully.org/cyberbully/docs/cbcteducator.pdf
    • 30. Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
      • Cyberbullying: What’s different?
        • 24/7 and the invasion of home/personal space
        • The audience can be very large and reached rapidly
        • People who cyberbully may attempt to remain anonymous
      Source: Childnet International. 2007. http://safesocialnetworking.com/img/safety/Cyberbullying_1.pdf
    • 31. Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
      • Cyberbullying: What to do?
        • No single solution
        • Five key areas
          • Understand and talk about cyberbullying
          • Update existing policies and practices
          • Make reporting cyberbullying easier
          • Promote the positive use of technology
      Source: Childnet International. 2007. http://safesocialnetworking.com/img/safety/Cyberbullying_1.pdf
    • 32. Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
      • Social networking sites: Safety resources
    • 33. Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
      • Social networking sites: Safety resources
    • 34.
      • Guide students to:
        • Be kind to others online. 1
        • Think before you post. Not private. 1
        • Report to an adult if someone posts threats of violence to self/others. 1
        • Develop “stranger danger” detection skills. 1
        • Report to adult if you think you’ve been contacted by predator. 1
        • Do not check “remember box” on public computer. 2
        • Don’t post personal information that will make you vulnerable. 2
        • Never share your password. 2
      Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road 1 Nancy E. Willard. “The MySpace Phenomenon” www.Galeschools.com 2 Source: Magid, Larry, and Collier Anne. MySpace Unraveled: a Parent's Guide to Teen Social Networking. Berkeley, CA: Peachpit Press, 2007
    • 35.
      • “ For the most part, these (MySpace users) are just average everyday, good kids . . . and this is part of their social life.”
      • Detective Frank Danahey 15 year veteran Youth Division police officer in Rocky Hill, Connecticut
      • Source: MySpace Unraveled: A Parent’s Guide to Teen Social Networking , Larry Magid and Anne Collier (p16)
      Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
    • 36.
      • Educate staff, students, and parents about safe and responsible internet use
      • Using a filter to block social networking sites is not an effective strategy
      • Set guidelines the direct students not to access social networking sites at school
      • Know terms of site Use Agreement and use them
      • Incorporate online speech into School threat assessment and suicide prevention plans
      • Define process to effectively respond to misuse reports
      Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road Source: Willard, Nancy E.. “A Briefing for Educators: Online Social Networking Communities and Youth Risk” (2006) Recommendations for schools
    • 37. Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
      • NSBA report
        • Explore social networking sites
        • Consider using social networking for staff communications and professional development
        • Find ways to harness the educational value of social networking
        • Ensure equitable access
        • Reexamine social networking policies
          • Safety policies remain important, as does teaching students about online safety and responsible online expression — but students may learn these lessons better while they’re actually using social networking tools
    • 38. Driver's Education for the Information Highway Stay safe when sharing the road
      • Exercise
    • 39. Social Networking Technologies Drive carefully
      • Public
      • Access through friend of a friend
      • Hacking
      • Permanent
      • Caching
      • Wayback
      Make sure students understand everything they post online is Mitrano, Tracy. Thoughts on Facebook. April, 2006. Cornell University. Ithica, NY <http://www.cit.cornell.edu/policy/memos/facebook.html>
    • 40. Social Networking Technologies Drive carefully
      • Exercise
    • 41. Social Networking Technologies Know the rules of the road Magid, Larry and Collier Anne. MySpace Unraveled: A Parent’s Guide to Teen Social Networking
    • 42. Social Networking Technologies Know the rules of the road Magid, Larry and Collier Anne. MySpace Unraveled: A Parent’s Guide to Teen Social Networking
    • 43. Social Networking Technologies Drive carefully
      • Exercise
    • 44. Social Networking Technologies Drive carefully
      • Exercise
    • 45.
      • Thank you!

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