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Portland's Techno-Activism 3rd Mondays - Privacy, Risk, and Response

Northwest Academy

Northwest Academy

1208 SW 13th Ave, 2nd floor

Portland, OR (map)

When coming up 13th Ave, there is an entrance to a Northwest Academy surface parking lot behind the two-story building. You can park anywhere except in the auction winner’s spot. If the lot is full, park in the lot behind the five story building.

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What exactly is privacy? Do we have a right to privacy, and if so, what can we do to exercise it? Do we even need to worry about privacy, and how much should we be concerned?

Join us this month for a discussion of these topics and more with Russell Mickler, a local technology consultant. He’ll describe the current legal state of electronic privacy in America and describe the legal, technical, and behavioral responses that we can take as individuals to protect the confidentiality of our private information.

This presentation includes a privacy self-assessment and scoring tool to help you tailor your response to privacy and will set up the conversation on privacy strategies and safeguards to extend into future TA3M sessions.

During this discussion, we’ll talk about:

  • the definition of privacy

  • our response to privacy

  • risk assessment and response

Program:

6:00 pm - Doors

6:15 pm - Presentation / discussion

7:15 pm - Q & A / networking

We'll have snacks, and there will be an opportunity for networking following the talk. We hope to see you there!

Speaker bio:

Russell Mickler, Principal Consultant, has been leading IT organizations since 1996; he has helped hundreds of small businesses use technology better as a private consultant since 2003. During the 1990's, Mickler earned certifications in the Microsoft NT, Windows, and Novell Netware platforms. After earning his Master’s Degree in Technology in 2000, Mickler earned his Computer Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification in 2004. As a published technical author, Mickler teaches for universities across the country.

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