Secure IT Foundation

OneWebDay comes to Amsterdam – September 22nd

Posted on: September 1, 2009

The Secure IT Foundation is getting involved with the One Web Day initiative. The One Web Day, in short, is an US originated awareness day to publicise the benefits of the Internet and to help ensure it is considered a resource for all. We are getting involved to promote the need for security while using the Internet, giving ‘security for all’ in practice. It is sponsored by Mozilla (and Ford) and has been gaining support around the world in the last couple of years.

Amsterdam OWD

Currently the plan is to use ‘Street Doctor‘ type tactics to offer free computer security advice to anyone that asks. Starting off near Central Station and walking around the centre of Amsterdam.

Do join the Amsterdam OWD group using the OWD web site sign up (registration required), then visiting ‘Groups’, then ‘Amsterdam’.

More details to follow as our plans develop!



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