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Demystifying Digital Data Tracking

March 30, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

About this event

Why do I see online ads about things I talk about?

Should you have Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel on our website?

What does it mean to have my data online?

How can I keep safe from all these data breaches I keep hearing about?


With growing concerns about privacy in a world where we are increasingly connected, we will be hosting a talk with Martin of Tangerine Technologies to bust myths and uncover truths.


Join us for a 45-min lunch and learn demystifying online privacy, what is actually being tracked, and what you should (and shouldn’t) be concerned about.




Learning Objectives:

  • Understand why data and browsing activity is tracked
  • Understand how online activity is tracked and how that data is used (including what is NOT being tracked – I think it’s important for people to realize they are safer than they think)
  • Understand what is secure and what isn’t on the internet
  • Recommendations for practical things to safeguard your online presence



About the Facilitator

Martin Lehner, who is employed as Tangerine Technology’s cybersecurity expert, has been deeply involved in the cybersecurity industry, in the Yukon and abroad, for the past 15 years. He holds numerous industry designations, including:


➡C)ISSO – Certified Information Systems Security Officer

➡C)DRE – Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer

➡C)IHE – Certified Incident Handling Engineer

➡C)PTE – Certified Penetration Testing Engineer

➡C)HISSP – Certified Health Information Systems Security Practitioner


He has also successfully completed several cybersecurity education curriculums, and is a recent graduate of Harvard University’s Cybersecurity program. Martin has been brought in to work with the Government of Yukon on various initiatives, including the security-based rollout of the Yukon Health Information Network. Currently, he is responsible for cybersecurity activities for the Yukon’s most at-risk industries, including finance and health care, and he is among the only credentialed professionals offering his expertise in the local private sector.