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What Doors Did You Leave Open? A look at security issues in social media

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What Doors Did You Leave Open? A look at security issues in social media

Time: August 25, 2009 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Info Island Auditorium, Second Life
Website or Map: http://slurl.com/secondlife/I…
Event Type: virtual, event
Organized By: SLA Virtual Worlds Team & Library Buzz
Latest Activity: Aug 17, 2009

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Speaker: Marcia (Marcy) Rodney, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
When: August 25, 2009 - 6pm US Pacific Time/Second Life Time
Where: Info Island Auditorium
Second Life URL: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Info%20Island/62/114/33
Cost: Free

Social networking tools like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn are fabulous! However, what doors did you leave open? In this session, which takes place in Second Life, you'll see real examples, and we'll discuss issues and best practices around security and privacy when using these tools and also how to find information using these tools.

Marcia Rodney has been with Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. for more than six years, initially as senior analyst in library services reporting to strategic intelligence, and also supporting the scientific and engineering staff. She now works as an operations analyst, reporting to the Albuquerque office of Ball's Systems Engineering Solutions business unit. Marcia both tracks and teaches social networking for her team. Prior to her work with Ball, Marcia was part of the competitive intelligence team at Qwest, supported technical research at Maxtor (now Seagate), worked at the Earth Sciences and Maps Libraries at CU-Boulder, and in long ago chapters was librarian for Communication Arts and a researcher at CBS News. As principal analyst for her own firm, RSL Research Group, she works on survey design and analysis, primarily in the library field, as well as supporting small business clients. Marcia is looking forward to more time on her bike and a different kind of searching.

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Comment by Ellen Naylor on August 13, 2009 at 12:37pm
Thanks Scott...I'll be sure to join Second Life before the session. Looks straightforward enough! Cheers, Ellen
Comment by Arik Johnson on August 13, 2009 at 11:29am
Thanks Scott - I'd appreciate that - I'll get back to you on time/day, also I think a simple tutorial here for people might be a good intro. I've never been in Second Life (yet) so meanwhile I'll look forward to getting an avatar and trying it out.
Comment by Scott Brown on August 13, 2009 at 10:49am
Hi Ellen - to clarify: No, you do NOT need to be an SLA member to attend this event. However, it is being held in Second Life, so you do need to get an avatar and be in-world to attend (Second Life is free to join and download). See http://join.secondlife.com
Comment by Ellen Naylor on August 13, 2009 at 10:45am
Do you have to be an SLA member to attend this talk? That would be useful to know. I'm guessing not, since I went to the link and looks like you just join Second Life? Thanks! Ellen
Comment by Scott Brown on August 13, 2009 at 9:45am
Thanks, Ellen and Arik! Arik, I'd be happy to set up a time with you to help get you into Second Life. Will also (continue to) look at offering a session for this community to help folks get into Second Life. If you are an SLA member, you can register for a free webinar on this topic in October, November or December; see http://www.sla.org/content/learn/members/webinars/secondlife.cfm (unfortunately not possible currently for non-SLA members to register)
Comment by Arik Johnson on August 13, 2009 at 8:31am
I'll be there if I can figure out 2nd Life ;-) I'll share with my friend network too. Keep these coming Scott - they're awesome!
Comment by Ellen Naylor on August 12, 2009 at 6:35pm
Scott:

This looks great! And for anyone who doesn't know Marcy...she's brilliant been at CI, information collection for a long time and she is sharp. I've been wondering about security and web 2.0, which is not addressed enough. It's kind of like how companies dodge counterintelligence in favor of focusing on CI collection. You gotta think about them both!

Looking forward to your words of wisdom, Marcia!

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