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Today our and our user's privacy is being lost at a rapid rate online. Often willingly, we are giving companies tracking information, access to our friends, photos, and a lot more. During this interactive session, we will discuss the main ways we leave behind digital footprints, we will learn tools to ensure privacy, how to balance tools, and privacy and discuss the larger issues with privacy in today's world.

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SWFLN: Digital Privacy & FootPrints

  1. 1. Digital Footprints & PrivacyAM Presentation SWFLN Tech Day
  2. 2. Agenda Staying Secure Minimizing Our Footprints Precautions, Changes & Resources
  3. 3. Staying Secure
  4. 4. Password Managers • Lastpass • Dashlane • Firefox • KeePassX (works on Linux & Mac) Chart Source: http://goo.gl/uBwhw
  5. 5. Two-StepAuthentication
  6. 6. Facebook
  7. 7. Amazon Your Account > Change Account Settings > Advanced Security Settings
  8. 8. Othersites with2-step authentication Google Apple Microsoft
  9. 9. Fingerprint Authentication
  10. 10. PatternRecognition
  11. 11. What’s next? More biometrics – iris scans NFC
  12. 12. Malware and Hackers
  13. 13. Click Bait
  14. 14. Quizzes & Apps Image & more: https://goo.gl/6eG813
  15. 15. Phishers Image: http://goo.gl/Tr3uUm
  16. 16. Protection from: Anti-Malware & Other Threats Clamav Malwarebytes Mobile Protection from: Anti-Malware & Other Threats Norton Security Lookout Security
  17. 17. Minimizing Our Footprints
  18. 18. Choosing a Browser Chrome Firefox Edge Tor Internet Explorer
  19. 19. Google and Microsoft
  20. 20. Privacy Extensions for Chrome & Firefox
  21. 21. WOT
  22. 22. Lightbeam
  23. 23. Ad Block Plus
  24. 24. Privacy Badger
  25. 25. No Script Firefox Only
  26. 26. uBlock Origin https://goo.gl/HQTefq Firefox Only
  27. 27. Be aware….many extensions extend your digital footprints
  28. 28. Settings to consider
  29. 29. Chrome
  30. 30. Firefox
  31. 31. Changing your search engine
  32. 32. Duck Duck Go
  33. 33. DisconnectMe
  34. 34. Tor Creating a more secure Tor: https://www.torproject.org/docs/bridges
  35. 35. • Disables: Flash, RealPlayer, Quicktime, and others • Keeps websites from tracking • Useful to keep internet activities away from advertisers, ISPs, and web sites. • Great for browsing on public networks • Will not stop the NSA More @http://goo.gl/etffO5
  36. 36. Browsing Tips
  37. 37. http v. https: what does it mean? HTTPS server are encrypted by a secure certificate known as an SSL. The encryption prevents third-parties from eavesdropping on communications to and from the server. Great Articles to Learn More: https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere What Every Librarian Needs to Know…
  38. 38. HTTPS https://letsencrypt.org/ Demand vendors
  39. 39. Make sure if both http and https options are available you use https for outgoing links
  40. 40. Private Tabs
  41. 41. Evaluate Your Operating System
  42. 42. Benefits to Linux - Open Source - Host your own cloud space, RSS Reader and/or Website - Revive an old PC - Less prone to malware/viruses than Windows/Apple - Its Free
  43. 43. Create a VPN or Anonymous Network Prism-Break
  44. 44. Leaving Microsoft & Apple Behind
  45. 45. Email
  46. 46. What email services collect? https://goo.gl/T0yAdp
  47. 47. Alternative Email Services • Set up your own • hushmail • zoho • riseup Key is to separate your search & your identity as much as possible
  48. 48. Social Media
  49. 49. Facebook
  50. 50. Don’t forget to set up 2-step authentication in Login Approvals
  51. 51. Who can see your friends?
  52. 52. Custom Privacy on a Post or Picture
  53. 53. What are you sharing? • Name, profile picture, age, sex, birthday, and other public info • Entire friend list • Everything you’ve ever posted on your timeline • All of your photos and photos you’re tagged in • Education history • Location • Hometown and current city • Everything you’ve ever liked • IP address • Info about the device you’re using including browser and language
  54. 54. Privacy Check Up is the best remedy
  55. 55. Leaving Facebook? More tips: http://goo.gl/Y2KcwP
  56. 56. Twitter
  57. 57. Rules of Thumb for Libraries • Post Pictures • Allow tagging/but don’t tag • Allow people to tag you • Set up Filters in settings •Have a general SM Policy • Social Media is an engagement tool & a conversation
  58. 58. General Tips • Use unique passwords for each SM or Facebook as your main login tool • Nothing is truly private • 4 Main Concerns: Malware, Hackers, Data Harvesting & Personal Privacy • Turn off “Location” for posts as a default
  59. 59. There are NO standards at this point. Follow the Electronic Privacy Information Center to learn more The Internet of Things is a privacy nightmare.
  60. 60. What can we do as librarians?
  61. 61. Educate Ourselves & Users
  62. 62. Full List: https://www.eff.org/who-has-your-back-government-data-requests-2015
  63. 63. Follow Canary Watch (https://canarywatch.org/) “Warrant canary" is a colloquial term for a regularly published statement that a service provider has not received legal process that it would be prohibited from saying it had received, such as a national security letter. Canarywatch tracks and documents these statements.” https://twitter.com/warrantcanary
  64. 64. Organize a CrytoParty
  65. 65. What is Google collecting? Is Google trustworthy?
  66. 66. Stayed Involved & Informed Library Freedom Project https://www.eff.org/
  67. 67. diana@novarelibrary.com slideshare.net/dee987 Diana Silveira www.novarelibrary.com
  • RebekahSkiba

    Dec. 10, 2015

Today our and our user's privacy is being lost at a rapid rate online. Often willingly, we are giving companies tracking information, access to our friends, photos, and a lot more. During this interactive session, we will discuss the main ways we leave behind digital footprints, we will learn tools to ensure privacy, how to balance tools, and privacy and discuss the larger issues with privacy in today's world.

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