Shore Leave 41 Guest: Stephen Lesnik
will be speaking about:
- Safe and Secure Online - What's a Parent to Do?
Stephen Lesnik (CISSP-ISSMP, CCSP, CEH, CySA+) has been in the cybersecurity and education fields for nearly forty years. He has a history of working with both government and commercial organizations providing network development, systems engineering, and security engineering to big and small customers. He has provided both corporate and collegiate education, teaching both specific capabilities and broad concepts in computing and cybersecurity, and has worked with independent professional organizations in the development of professionally recognized certification exams. He is currently serving as the treasurer of a new (ISC)2 Chapter in Annapolis Junction, Maryland, and outside of his professional career, Stephen is an avid Science Fiction fan who has assisted with running many many media, literary, and costume-oriented conventions over the years.
Safe and Secure Online - What's a Parent to Do?
Parents today need to be concerned about the safety of their children not only from the dangers of the physical world but also from threats lurking in cyberspace. The dangers of interacting in cyberspace can be largely mitigated by simply being aware of their existence and getting a little bit of help in identifying ways to help children deal with them wisely. This panel will provide information and suggestions from one of the world's foremost cybersecurity organizations to parents looking for ways to teach their children to be safe and secure online.