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Topic Proposal for Seminar I. Seminar Information A. Discipline/General Topic : Internet Security B. Seminar Title: Internet Security, safety of your privacy and life C. Seminar Description: This topic is about the security of different accounts, software, and information in the World Wide Web. To explain the potential threats of hackers, virus, and malwares and how can we prevent it.

To Understand: 1. To know the latest threats of hackers on people’s lives 2. Harmful effects of Malware, Virus and etc. to your device 3. The precautions of using the internet D. Length of time (1.5-2 hours)

II. Seminar Rationale A. Why is it important to learn and understand the importance of internet security?
There are hundreds thousands hacker attacks in the Philippines alone, and unsecured networks can leave you exposed to any types of virus. So it is important to learn and understand internet security so we can be sure next time we click that browser we’ll be safe.
We can also learn very important things about different types of security such as firewalls and anti-virus software against any threat. Not only that, it can also help other IT programmers to make their own anti-virus. * Different ways on applying internet security
It can be also applied on mobile or tablet operating systems since it has access on the net to let users know it can be attacked even using these types of device. It will let them know that they can still be protected using firewall and anti-virus software on their mobile devices. * To know the dangers of the internet
The internet has a lot of harmful virus that can destroy your hardware, not just by downloading but also by connecting through a network. It is a good idea to let them know what kind of threats are out there B. How does it help the IT industry development

Since there are a lot…...

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