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Personal Information Security

Personal Information Security

Published 11/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 5.04 GB | Duration: 8h 45m

Becoming invisible (or almost) to the eyes of the big brother

What you'll learn
How mass surveillance and profiling work and how to defend ourself
What tools to use, how to choose them, and what practices to adopt to protect ourself
Useful strategies to protect our business
How to increase anonymity and reduce our digital fingerprint on the Internet
How to communicate by circumventing censorship
How to correct bad habits in the use of our devices that can harm us
The background of the technology we use every day with an overview of news from around the world
How and why the threats we face today arose and what risks we face
How the Internet has changed from its origins to become the network we know today
What other threats we may face in the future
No knowledge or experience is necessary. The course is designed for people who want to learn from scratch or learn more about topics that are increasingly felt nowadays without becoming experts on the subject, and is developed without the use of technicalities.
The digital information that have now become our digital identity have become more and more valuable, but the attention paid to protecting them has not increased in equal measure, and among the many reasons why this has not happened, the first is undoubtedly the lack of tangibility of the risks: we do not perceive them until they present the bill. Exactly what happens when somebody sign a contract with closed eyes. Even worse, we often entrust them to third parties who are neither able nor interested in truly protecting them. We have seen in recent years how even the most famous big names of the Internet have had very serious and unacceptable security problems, sometimes culpable but sometimes malicious. And what can happen when in addition to commercial interests, on top of our data, inclinations and behavior, also criminal or political interests surface?We have filled our homes and offices with devices that sometimes work behind our backs, or we have chosen services thinking there was no alternative but to sacrifice our privacy and security. But even the apparently banal things can have a heavy bill; let's make a few examples:How many use passwords that are the same for all services, built on personal information (names, affections, birth dates, logical patterns...), because one does not know how to easily manage dozens and dozens of complex passwords, whose information used to create them are publicly visible on their social profiles?How much of this information are even used to recover access to a bank account, such as with the "security questions" that have very little security?How many post their movements on social networks allowing thieves to enter their homes at the best time, or post photos taken at home in which their security systems are visible?How many use cloud services without knowing which of them by contract, can do whatever they want with the data they upload to them and that perhaps could be valuable projects?Just as a financial culture can help to protect savings, a culture about the conscious use of technology can help protect oneself. Sometimes all it takes is small actions such as small habit changes to achieve great results, but the difficulty is figuring out where to start to get to the required awareness without necessarily becoming an IT expert.This course was created exactly with that goal in mind. It tells events involving the technologies we use every day that are unknown to many, touching ethical and legal aspects. It collects all the most important actions and tools by contextualizing them and allowing even non-experts to start protecting themselves right away, coming to gain autonomy in choosing privacy-friendly IT applications and services.


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