The citys Information Security and Privacy Office (ISPO) will be hosting Who Stole My Privacy?, a free lunchtime session from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 24, in the 10 East Training Room of the Calvin C. Goode Building at 251 W. Washington St.

Attendees are invited to bring their lunch and find out why it is important to care about online privacy, how to safeguard privacy in everyday situations, and what to do if they become a victim of identity theft. The session will include a presentation of different scenarios to allow attendees to solve the mystery of who stole my privacy?

An office in the citys Information Technology Services Department, the ISPO provides strategic oversight, direction, and coordination for city of Phoenix information security and privacy programs based on internationally recognized information security governance best practices.

No registration is required for the free session. For questions regarding the lunch and learn session or for more information about the ISPO, send an e-mail to ISPO@phoenix.gov or visit www.phoenix.gov/publicsafety/infosec.   back...
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