Cabrini iPad TrainingCabrini conducted the annual internet safety training for all students and faculty recently.

“We feel this iGuardian presentation is essential so we can make our young ladies stop and think before sharing on social media,” Cristen Conwell, Dean of Students explained. “Social media has become such a large part of our students’ lives and we want them to use it responsibly.”


Nine members of Homeland Security Investigations, including Cabrini alumna Toni Zavala'94, made the presentation with John Schmidt, Group Supervisor of Cyber Crimes and Trade Fraud Homeland Security Investigations, as the lead presenter.

The three main topics covered were over-sharing on social media, being aware of with whom you are interacting online (the dangers of child predators), and cyber bulling. Before the presentation the forensic team did a “social media dump” search of Cabrini from 48 hours prior to the presentation. As students entered the gym, they may have seen their own social media posts if they were somehow connected to Cabrini. “It was very powerful visual example of how content can travel online,” she said. The presentation ended with a slideshow of positive social media that Cabrini puts out to show that social media is not inherently bad.

Click the photo to view a slideshow of the event!

(l-r) Homeland Security Investigations - IA Monica Munoz,  SA Scott Roye, SA Toni Zavala'94, SA/CFA Rebecca Kudgus, LSP Trooper Justin Berry, IRS/ CFA Jimmy Mullooly, Staff Assistant Kelly Bartlett, LSP Trooper Malcolm Brown, GS John Schmidt, and Dean of Students Cristen Conwell.

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