A few easy tips to up your privacy game: David Sherry, Princeton University

Episode 4 October 26, 2021 00:37:52
A few easy tips to up your privacy game: David Sherry, Princeton University
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A few easy tips to up your privacy game: David Sherry, Princeton University

Oct 26 2021 | 00:37:52

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Show Notes

How can you can improve your privacy in your everyday use of web browsers, email, text messaging and other apps? Our guest is David Sherry, the chief information security officer here at Princeton. He’s responsible for shoring up security at this Ivy League campus of more than 15,000 people. He has 20 years of experience in information security management. He can -- and often does -- speak publicly about how he manages to herd all those cats to make Princeton safer for technology. But today, he’s agreed to provide tips that anyone can use to improve their privacy in their own digital lives. 

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