Library information security and privacy are both fundamental and challenging. Help is coming as Internet leaders push heavier use of encryption, a move that highlights the differences between secure and non-secure online use. How can libraries help prepare and educate users to work within a more difficult Internet environment? How can they inspire more private online behavior in the year ahead? Join the leader of ProQuest’s Information Security Office to discuss emerging issues in cybersecurity and privacy for libraries and information providers. Attendees will get tips for protecting the privacy of your patrons and for educating them on how to use information services securely. This session will also cover the differences between the privacy of consumer services and professional Information services, and best practices for patrons to protect their own personal information as they access public and library resources both in the library and remotely as the footprint of the library expands along with mobile device adoption.