A lecture by Dr. Robert Lackie, Department Chairperson of the Franklin F. Moore Library of Rider University

Thursday, October 1 at 1:00 p.m.

Social networking sites, personal information and general purpose search engines, and your own home, work, and public-use computers provide considerable information on you – your digital footprint. And even though ID theft is on the rise (700+ million data records have been breached since 2005), many people are not vigilant in protecting their privacy, identification, and good name. This session will help you analyze ID safety issues and apply safeguards at work, home, and on the road, not to mention connect to and retrieve additional notable online identity and privacy sites, tools, and resources – all so that you can learn how to detect and protect your digital footprint.

Register online or call the library.