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Looking after your computer: security briefing session

19 April 2012

Do you look after your own computer, either at home or at work?  Are you concerned about keeping your computer and the information stored on it safe and secure? If so, this lunchtime briefing session can offer some useful pointers and practical advice.


The session will take place on Wednesday 2 May 2012, 1 - 2 p.m. and will cover:

1. Passwords

2. Microsoft updates

3. Virus protection

4. Spyware and adware

5. Personal firewalls

6. Backing up data

No prior knowledge or experience is require to attend this session.

For further information and to book a place, please visit the UCL Training Booking System.

Venue details will be sent once you have booked.  Bookings will be taken right up until the day of the event and reminders will be sent a few days before.  There are no charges or cancellation charges for this event.

It is recommended that you print the documentation and bring it to the briefing.  You can find this and a lecturecast of a previous session on the course page.

Our full schedule of IT Training courses for summer 2012 are available on the UCL Training Booking System.

Caroline Norris, IT Training Manager, Information Services Division