Hacked! An Examination of Cyber-Threats and Techniques to Thwart Them
This presentation will provide an overview of some of the most common attacks cyber-criminals employ to steal your data, your identity and your money. We will also look at some of the evils lurking in the dark web and how the dark web makes cyber-attacks easier than they have ever been. Finally, best practices and methods will be presented to assist you in thwarting these attacks and keeping your information safe. This presentation will both scare you and inform you.
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Professor Beckman received his law degree from Baylor University School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Stephen F. Austin State University. He has lectured throughout the United States and Canada on the effective use of technology in the classroom for both teaching and assessment and has spoken throughout his career at various law related functions and CLE activities. Professor Beckman remains committed to using cutting edge technology in the classroom to maximize students’ learning.
Professor Beckman teaches in the areas of Evidence, Advanced Evidence, Technology and the Law, Civil Procedure and Intellectual Property Law. He has previously taught Domestic Relations, Marital Property and a Family Law Practicum.
Professor Beckman was a Vice President at Lincoln Memorial University and the founding Dean of the Law School. Professor Beckman has served on virtually every law school committee, and served on numerous committees for the main University. As a practitioner, Professor Beckman is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist with the State Bar of Texas and has held officer positions in the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists and the Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court. He was selected for two consecutive years by his peers to be named a Texas Super Lawyer and appeared in Texas Monthly and Law and Politics Magazines. He also served on the Legislative Committee to the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas and holds an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell.