Webinar event date: 
Nov 9, 2018 1:00 pm EST
Webinar Presenters: 

Erik Denis


Erik Denis is the University of New Brunswick’s Senior Cybersecurity Officer. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa (1997-Political Science and History) and the Université de Moncton (2000-Law). Erik began his career as a lawyer at a major Atlantic Canada Law firm concentrating his practice on civil litigation and privacy law. He then joined the Government of New Brunswick as a policy analyst and legislative drafter for various projects including the current Right to Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Before joining UNB in 2014 as its Records Management, Access and Privacy Coordinator, Erik was a stay-at-home father with his young son.

Rina Arseneault, C.M., MSW, RSW


This presentation's moderator is Rina Arseneault, C.M., MSW, RSW, Associate Director, Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research since November 1993. She is recognized as an activist and educator on women issues. She has organized numerous training opportunities and workshops. Her experience includes extensive work with community - organizations, individual researchers, government agencies, the media and victims of violence. In 1997, Rina was honoured with the NB Advisory Council on the Status of Women Recognition Award and in 2014 appointed to the Order of Canada.



In today's technological lanscape, leaving an abusive relationship is more complex than ever. This webinar will explore what to do when leaving a relationship from a technological standpoint: cellphones, social media, and more. 


1-Shared accounts

2-Passwords and Pins

3-GPS and location services

4-Protect your (mobile) device

5-Protect your online presence

6-When someone leaves family violence

7-Useful links