Panel to focus on digital citizenship

  • Stuart Lacey, founder and director of tech start-up Trunomi (File photograph)

    Stuart Lacey, founder and director of tech start-up Trunomi (File photograph)


Isaca Bermuda will be holding a panel discussion on digital citizenship tomorrow.

The discussion will cover topics such as e-mail etiquette, reporting and preventing cyberbullying, and learning how to protect private information.

“A strong understanding of digital citizenship is essential for both students and professionals to be able to make smart choices online and in life,” said a spokesman for Isaca Bermuda. “Join us for a discussion where our experts will share their insights on how to manage your online presence in a safe, proactive manner and create a positive digital footprint.”

Panellists will include Katherine Cupidore, human capital director of Deloitte’s Caribbean and Bermuda countries, Aderonke Bademosi Wilson, Government communications director and Stuart Lacey, Trunomi founder and director. The event will be moderated by Marisa Stones, director of Government’s ICT policy and innovation department.

The event will be at 5.30pm at the Hamilton Princess and Beach Club. Attendance is free.

To register go RSVP to docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeVsSkg7Intxjvq80EbAPRBCUKaWaaKzaaUO6HsQjRyfwNGNg/viewform or e-mail programs@isacabermuda.com

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Published Mar 27, 2019 at 5:03 pm (Updated Mar 28, 2019 at 12:13 am)

Panel to focus on digital citizenship

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