Milwaukee, May 4, 2019: Information Security and Threat Modeling Training

Information Security and Threat Modeling Training

This training is on May 4, Saturday, 12:00-3:30 PM, UW-Milwaukee, student union, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd, room 181. A visiting trainer from the Twin Cities IWW will present the Information Security and Threat Modeling Training. This training was developed during the occupation of Minneapolis’s 4th precinct in late 2015 in order to address some bad habits among members regarding information security while still staying true to our organization’s commitment to explicit outward organizing, direct democracy, and direct action. The Infosec 101 was designed to be accessible to those who are not computer-literate, and does not require participants to bring computers. It includes sections on security culture, threat modeling, after action reporting, and the theoretical side of encryption. After the training, participants should have a solid understanding of why we use security culture, and how to build, grow, and implement policies appropriate for whatever threats they face.

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