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Columbia, MO 65201
A keynote with bestIn today’s instant communication and social networking world, it’s easy to share information about yourself, and others to share information about you. Unfortunately, what you and others post online, text, leave as a voicemail, say or do in front of a hidden camera, and even send in a secure email is not limited to private networks and friend groups. Rather, there’s a good chance that what happens in a digital format is stored, and potentially made searchable, FOREVER. This means it can be used against you in ways that damage your reputation, your chance at future job opportunities, and even your bank account. In “Don’t Steal the Cheesecake” you will learn…
- What a digital reputation is, why we all have one, what you can do to manage it, and how it impacts your future.
- The dangers of sharing too much information, and what can happen if you’re not careful, both personally and professionally.
- Simple steps you can take to protect your reputation and digital data from the bad guys (hint: the biggest risk to your data might not be as obvious as you think).
This thought-provoking, super entertaining, and somewhat scary program will provide you with very practical ideas that you can immediately implement to improve your digital reputation, stay out of trouble, and protect and control your information.