Monday Session: Social Engineering
A social engineering attack is when an bad actor attempts to take advantage of an unsuspecting user in order to obtain confidential information or the means to access that information. Omer Usmani, Senior Security Analyst with the CCC Technology Center, will cover the most common social engineering methods – workflow, direct phone solicitation, physical access, and phishing – and what to do if you suspect you have been targeted.
Tuesday Session: Self-paced Accessibility Training Modules
Learn about NEW accessibility training modules created by the Accessibility Standards Working Group and available to college practitioners through the Vision Resource Center. Lene’ Whitley-Putz, Dean of Instructional Technology at Foothill College, will provide an overview of these self-paced training modules and how you can access them.
We’ll have these sessions and more! Visit the workshops event page
for more information and to register.
Who Should Attend?
The workshops are free to attend, and open to all California Community Colleges personnel. Workshop information is geared toward:
- IT administrators, managers and specialists
- Disability services directors and staff
- Faculty training and support
- IT accessibility specialists