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Looking Through A Different Lens


Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 4:30pm
Moore B03
Kelley Misata
Light the Dark
Ph.D.c - Purdue University

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Abstract

As technological advancements continue to expand the range of information access, issues of privacy and cyber security have risen to the forefront.  The technology we are using is only one part of a larger conversation.  Looking through a different lens, consider the humans behind the machines, our incredible opportunities to connect and communicate and the ethical challenges we are now facing. Technology can now be used with unprecedented ease and anonymity for good as well malicious vehicles to harass, defame and torment.

Join Kelley Misata as she shares her journey as a multi-year target of cyberstalking whose efforts to navigate within the system have been met with both successes and failures.  Learn the profound impact this journey has had on life online as well as off, catalyzing a shift in perspective from fear to redefining responsible digital citizenship.  The conversation will provide new insights into managing our digital assets and life online in ways that promote responsible cyber citizenship while addressing uncharted territories in privacy and ethics. 

Bio

Kelley Misata educates and facilitates critical conversations around responsible digital citizenship for individuals, communities and businesses. Kelley combines 15 years of professional success in strategic business development and consulting with a unique perspective as a survivor of cyberstalking. Highly-organized and detail-centric, she draws on current trends and conversations in cyber security with local and federal law enforcement, information security experts and national resources to create strategies which incorporate the human side of cyber safety. Taking a fearless and fresh perspective drives Kelley's successes as a leader, consultant and speaker. Kelley holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing, a Masters Degree in Business Administration and is currently pursuing her PhD in the Information Security Interdisciplinary Program at Purdue University.

Last Updated: 10/15/12