“As cybersecurity leaders, we have to create our message of influence because security is a culture and you need the business to take place and be part of that security culture.” — Britney Hommertzheim
If you missed last week’s updates, here’s a recap of week 18:
Day 85: We all like it a bit easy but why take the risk? Log out of your accounts and lock your screens. Follow our security tips to stay secure every day and everywhere you go. #100securedays
Day 86: You might be using a common device. Even if it is easier to look at sites you have already viewed in the past by looking up history, it is not as safe as you think. If you have, personal and sensitive information stored on those sites and someone else has access to it that can cause a lot more issues. Don’t take that risk! #100securedays
Day 87: Are you getting spammed or annoyed with so many e-mails that you aren’t going to open. Then, this is what you do- unsubscribe or opt-out, you have all the rights to do so. #100securedays
Day 88:How often do you share your date of birth? In some cases it’s relevant to ask for it but not in all. If you think you don’t need to share it then don’t. #100securedays
Day 89: Happy Friday! Tip for today- Remember the good old days of Orkut/MSN/Vine? Well, if you have created a number of social media accounts in the past, it is best to delete them if you aren’t using them anymore. #100securedays
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